In the current issue of WM (68) Dominic Roskrow suggests that Auchentoshan is not like Glaswegians because the latter are not 'light, floral and perfumey'. I feel that this is a major problem for the distillery which has been marketing itself as the Glasgow malt and that we have a duty to help out by pointing out the ways in which Auchentoshan is like Glaswegians. I'll start the ball rolling by suggesting that they are both friendly and approachable. This, ironically, may help me to avoid getting a thumping from the next Glaswegian that I meet. Any other suggestions anyone?
Hi Iain Not sure that you contribution will help the Auchentoshan marketing people
Your right about the location thing though. My Brother-in-law is from Clydebank and gets a bit miffed about all the Auchentoshan and Glasgow stuff, but Glenkinchie advertises itself as the Edinburgh malt and that is equally improbable