Manager Of Gordon Macphail Joins Scotch Whiskey Society
Gordon & Macphail is a family owned and operated firm that has been producing single malt whiskeys for over a period of 120 years. Located in the Speyside region of north-east Scotland, a mecca for whiskey lovers, Gordon & Macphail has grown over the years to become a dynamic company with many business interests.
Mark Angus, the current retail manager, has recently been welcomed into the ‘The Keepers of the Quaich’ – an international and prime society which acknowledges those who have demonstrated a remarkable commitment to the Scotch whiskey industry.
Angus said that he feels honored to be a ‘Keeper of the Quaich’. He wants to deeply bolster the society’s objective of aiding whiskey attain a greater and a more prominent acquaintanceship among connoisseurs. Angus further said that he looks forward to working closely with recognized people from across the business.
He added, “Our retail premises opened in 1895 and we can draw upon 122 years of experience in delivering excellent customer service and whiskey education.”
Angus offers general tours and hosts tastings in Gordon & Macphail’s famous Whisky Room which stocks more than 1000 diverse single malts, including a number of the organization's own particular rare and aged whiskeys. He is also a member of the board that organizes the ‘Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival’. Between 27 April and 1 May, 2017, Angus and his associates will deliver a number of master-classes and whiskey-themed events for locals and international guests, and whiskey enthusiasts at this year’s festival.
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