Roaring tigers!

January 28, 2007

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We haven’t really decided what we think of it yet. But there is not doubt that the new packaging for Whyte & Mackay leaves no one untouched. It’s still The original Whyte & Mackay 30 years old, apart from the introduction of the new metallic gold and black livery. One thing is for sure if I run into it, I might have a hard time resist it even though it’s a blend.

This of course is not the only one in their range that they have given a new look. Check them all out on their site.

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The Scotch blend from Islay has released their new flash website.
It features a truly original navigation that lets you explore lot of information about the classic blend. We like it!

Visit their site here

For the small sum of £200 million your dreams can come true.

The largest grain destillery in Europe, Invergordon Distillery on the Cromarty Firth in Scottland is up for sales.

Invergordon Distillery was founded in 1961, employs 180 staff and is one of eight grain distilleries left in Scotland, and the last one in the Highlands.
It is owned today by Whyte and Mackay Ltd
Source: The Daily Record