A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and The Glenlivet Became Global Icons

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Wiley, Apr 8, 2005 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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A Double Scotch tells the intertwined success stories of Chivas Regal and The Glenlivet—two Scotch whisky brands recognized the world-over for their unparalleled quality. Founded by Scottish grocers from Aberdeen, Chivas Regal stands as the world’s most popular prestige blended Scotch. First distilled by a pistol-packing Highlander, The Glenlivet is today the top-selling single-malt Scotch in America. F. Paul Pacult explores these two iconic spirits and tells the remarkable story of the two families who endured numerous hardships to build their brands. A business book that goes down easy, A Double Scotch tells the story of the world’s favorite whiskies, and the story of the nation and families that made them so.

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Review: A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and The Glenlivet Became Global Icons: How Chivas Regal and the Glenlivet Became Global Icons

User Review  - Vincent - Goodreads

Interesting info for a budding scotch drinker, however I sometimes felt that the book spent time showcasing the author's research as opposed to showcasing the two companies at hand. Compared to the ... Read full review

Review: A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and The Glenlivet Became Global Icons: How Chivas Regal and the Glenlivet Became Global Icons

User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

Great story about two of the worlds finest scotches. Pour yourself a dram of 18 year old Gelnlivet and have yourself a good read... Read full review

About the author (2005)

F. PAUL PACULT is the founding editor and publisher of the newsletter F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal – The Quarterly Independent Guide to Distilled Spirits, Beers, and Wines, now in its fifteenth year of publication. He is the author of the critically acclaimed book American Still Life: The Jim Beam Story and the Making of the World's #1 Bourbon, from Wiley, as well as Kindred Spirits and The Beer Essentials. He is the wine and spirits columnist for Sky, the Delta Air Lines in-flight magazine; a contributing editor and the spirits tasting director for Wine Enthusiast magazine; a contributor to CARGO; a special projects editor for the New York Times Magazine; and the judging director at the annual San Francisco World Spirits Competition. He is also honored to be the only journalist worldwide to be a member of The Bourbon Hall of Fame, a member of the Armagnac Company of Musketeers, and a life member of The Keepers of the Quaich Scotch Whisky Society. Paul lives in Wallkill, New York.

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