Luke Sanderson, national Glenfiddich ambassador, has worked closely with Thor Berquist of PS Soda and PS40 fame to create the range, each of which uses weird and wonderful ingredients from lands close to home, staying true to the ethos of PS Soda.
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Gravy Thomas is the global ambassador for Sailor Jerry, and here he tells us about what’s in store for the brand and how he got into the BA life.
Faced with ever-increasing demand for their most unusual gin, they’ve expanded their distillery. But they’ve done it in a peculiarly Hendrick’s way.
“Simplifying while innovating. It bounced around my head for a few days before I noticed that maybe it’s not just creating a great cocktail that works on that model. Making our whisky at The Balvenie is just the same,” writes Ross Blainey.
“Stories are the lifeblood of The Balvenie distillery,” says The Balvenie Malt Master David Stewart MBE. “They make up the fabric of who we are and what we do.”
They’ll have their ambassadors on board hosting a huge celebration, and if it’s anything like last year’s event, this will be a party to remember.
“Only the first fifty attendees will be able to experience this though,” says Hendrick’s Brand Ambassador Morgan Flanagan. “So arrive on time! There’s more than one unusual surprise planned for these delightful evenings.”
Want to travel to the most unusual distillery on Earth? With a friend? Entries are almost closed for the CULTIVATE THE UNSUAL MIND challenge by Hendrick’s Gin.
What has four wheels, two floors, and tastes great? Glenfiddich has got a very special announcement: they’re launching The Glenfiddich Whisky Wanderer.
in the pursuit of a new whisky that is worthy of sitting in the William Grant & Sons portfolio, Ailsa Bay has created new data-driven processes to refine the craft they’ve perfected over nearly 150 years.
We’ve travelled 1700 kilometres from Sydney to Edinburgh, slept a smattering of hours, drunk cocktails, drunk Sailor Jerry, and played pool; the five of us are tired and sore, and not one of us could give a damn — here’s a guide to Edinburgh, Sailor Jerry style.