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The independently owned distiller’s flagship brands Edinburgh Gin and Glengoyne Single Malt, will become the club’s official gin and whisky.
Commenting on the partnership Neil Boyd, UK Managing Director for Ian MacLeod Distillers said;
We’re delighted and excited to be sponsoring the iconic Cornish Pirates. We’re looking forwarded to bringing our multi award winning Edinburgh Gin range and our uncompromising Glengoyne Single Malt to rugby fans in Cornwall
Commenting for the Cornish Pirates Robin James, Chief Operating Officer said;
We are delighted to welcome Ian Macleod Distillers onboard as the sponsor of our No12 shirt and they will provide a bottle of their 12 year old Glengoyne single malt whisky for every home match awarded to whoever scores the try of the match, we look forward to introducing all our fans to their fine single malt whiskies and excellent range of gins
Established in 1933, Ian Macleod Distillers is one of Scotland’s leading, independent family-owned distillers, blenders and bottlers.
Founded in 2010, Edinburgh Gin is a multi-award-winning distillery based in Scotland’s capital city.
Leading the flavour category in gin, Edinburgh Gin is known for its vibrant portfolio; each product is designed to enhance people’s drinking experience and encourage experimentation.
Visit at: www.edinburghgin.com or follow at: @Edinburgh_Gin and www.facebook.com/edinburghgin
Glengoyne, uncompromising in its pursuit of excellence, runs its stills slower than any other distillery in order to create the rich, bold flavours for which the brand is known. Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky is matured in the finest sherry casks from within its traditional dunnage warehouses.
Visit at: www.glengoyne.com or follow at: @Glengoyne and www.facebook.com/GlengoyneSingleMalt
It is the third year running that such support will be given and it is greatly appreciated
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