The Glasgow Distillery Company announces partnership & world exclusive launch in Germany

The Glasgow Distillery Company have announced their new distribution agreement with Hamburg - based Scottish produce specialist, A Wee Taste of Scotland, who will oversee the European launch of Prometheus 26YO single malt Scotch whisky.

Liam Hughes, CEO at The Glasgow Distillery Company, stated: “The decision was motivated by the great expertise and knowledge of the premium German spirits market which A Wee Taste of Scotland would bring to the table. We are thrilled to be working with such an enthusiastic distribution partner in Germany, as we consider this market as very interesting for our business going forward”.

Miss Schneider, owner of A Wee Taste of Scotland, added: “We are delighted to have been approached by such a vibrant and entrepreneurial company as The Glasgow Distillery Company. We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of this rare and precious single malt for launch in February”.

Mr Hackland, joint owner of A Wee Taste of Scotland, commented: “Being from Glasgow, this project is very close to my heart and having been privileged to have tasted Prometheus along with our small team of whisky experts, I can confirm that our consumers are in for an exceptional treat!”.

A Wee Taste of Scotland will be launching Prometheus 26YO single malt Scotch whisky alongside CEO Liam Hughes at the Hanse Spirit Whisky Fair in February.

The Glasgow Distillery Company will shortly commence producing their own single malt whisky, believed to be the first in over 100 years to be made in Glasgow.

The Glasgow Distillery was inspired by its original namesake which was operational between 1770 and early 20th Century in Dundashill, Glasgow. During this time, the distillery became one of the largest licensed distilling facilities in Scotland with 12 stills producing both peated and unpeated single malts.

Source Glasgow Distillery

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