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The Awards became an annual event in the Industry calendar, with thousands of industry professionals attending the events around the world.Charly designed the Awards to be the Michelin stars of the Dating world – a standard companies could aspire to, and daters could look to, when deciding which services to use.The company is part of the industry majority which has criticised drinks group Diageos plan to sell a mixture of malt whiskies under the Cardhu brand name.Articles Courtesy of The Scotsman Whiskies galore The story of how an old neglected Islay distillery was rescued and revived by a team of young private investors a couple of years ago is now familiar to whisky lovers.Charly also appears regularly on Woman’s Hour, and has featured on Newsnight, representing the entire industry.
Click here for full story Articles Courtesy of The Scotsman Pure malt row sees Diageo frozen out WHEN Diageo sits down next week with members of the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) to defend its decision to brand Cardhu as a "pure" rather than "single" malt, it will find itself completely isolated.A few thousand cases of Tullibardine whisky will be placed on the market over the next few months following a label and carton redesign by Wolffe & Co, the Edinburgh consultancy.Tullibardine distillery, near Gleneagles, was sold by the drinks group Whyte & Mackay to a Scottish consortium earlier this year.It will be priced as a mid-market malt at around £23 a bottle.
Ross said: "Rather than have to find distributors, we plan to sell it through upmarket outlets such as quality hotels." £10m visitor centre will provide distillery tours, shops and a restaurant The new-look bottle should be in a limited number of shops and bars by Christmas.The 50,000sq ft centre will provide distillery tours and a related exhibition, as well as a restaurant and retail centre including a Baxters food shop. Plans are in the process of being drawn up by 442 Design, the Edinburgh agency.