Scotland's Tallest Still

Scotland's Tallest Still

News | 16 Jan 2009 | Issue 77 | By Rob Allanson

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Scotland’s tallest whisky still has been winched into place at The Glenmorangie Company’s famous distillery in Tain,Ross-shire.The five-metre-tall,swan-necked copper still is the last of four new stills being installed at the Glenmorangie Distillery.The Glenmorangie Company recently announced a new strategy to focus on building its highly successful, iconic premium single malt Scotch whisky brands – Glenmorangie and Ardbeg.This strategy is in response to rapidly growing demand for these brands.The strategy is part of a major £45m two-year investment programme that will see the Company relocate its headquarters to central Edinburgh, build a new bespoke bottling facility and expand capacity at Glenmorangie and Ardbeg Distilleries.
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