Tenjaku

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Kenji Watanabe: a name renowned throughout the Japanese whisky and winemaking world from the 1990s and throughout the 2000s. Watanabe bases his philosophy on never losing focus – “be generous…
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Wild Turkey

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For over 150 years, Wild Turkey has been a key brand among bourbon lovers across the globe. It has known how to carry and protect an ancestral know-how and traditional…
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Tomintoul

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The distillery is located in the Speyside (Glenlivet region), near Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands. The exceptional natural environment, including very pure water, has allowed to produce since…
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Signal Hill

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Signal Hill is the highest point located above the town of St. John of Newfoundland in Canada. Recognized as a National Site of Canada in 1951, the place became famous…
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Peaky Blinder

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Small batch Irish whiskey, aged in Sherry casks, it is named after the Birmingham street gang that gained prominence in the 1890s. The Peaky Blinders were a Birmingham gang known…
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Ole Smoky

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Whiskey distillation was born in Tennessee with the arrival of the first settlers in the Smoky Mountains. Kept clandestine for a long time, this distillation has been developed until it…
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Kinahan’s

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Founded in 1779 by Daniel Kinahan in Dublin, the Kinahan’s brand is a pioneer in the field of whiskey aging. Kinahan’s became Lord Lieutenant’s favourite whiskey in 1807, hence the…
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Kentucky Owl

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In 1879, Charles Mortimer Dedman, a local pharmacist, set up his distillery in Mercer County, Kentucky, on the banks of the Kentucky River. The activity flourished for 37 years until…
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Glen Parker

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Glen Parker, a Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is distilled in the Speyside region, in Scotland, using traditional techniques. Glen Parker’s symbol is the deer roaming in the wild Highland landscapes,…
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Gelston’s

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Gelston’s Old Irish whiskey was founded in 1830 by Samuel Gelston, a very successful wine and whiskey merchant from Belfast. In 1869, upon Samuel’s death, the business was bought by…
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