Glenmorangie Astar Giveaway Contest

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Glenmorangie Astar

This is a very simple contest. All you need is to understand the “Unnecessarily Well Made”, answer a few easy question and be the lucky one to take home a bottle of Glenmorangie Astar

Glenmorangie is arguably the most delicious and complex single malt whisky in the world. Its multi-layered aromas and kaleidoscopic flavours stimulate the senses and entice the palate. As purveyors of perfection in single malt whisky, Glenmorangie takes pride in going to great lengths to ensure the quality of Glenmorangie whisky; to ascertain that Glenmorangie whisky is “Unnecessarily Well Made”.

Now, how exactly is Glenmorangie “Unnecessarily Well Made”? Check out the cool video below, and win a bottle of the limited-release Glenmorangie Astar worth more than RM600! Yes, I’m giving out a bottle of Glenmorangie Astar to the reader who answers the following questions in the most creative manner. Just watch the following video and answer the simple questions in the comments box! or pen it down on my facebook page: SIDNEY KAN

Most accurate and creative entry wins!

Question 1
Where exactly do the oak used in making Glenmorangie casks originate from, and how many times are the casks used to mature Glenmorangie whisky?

Question 2
How tall are the stills used to distil Glenmorangie whisky?

Question 3
What makes Glenmorangie such a distinguished, delicious and complex single malt whisky, and why do you love Glenmorangie?

After answering these questions, visit
the Glenmorangie Malaysia Facebook page at www.fb.com/GlenmorangieMalaysia and click “Like”.

That’s it! The most accurate + creative answer in the comments box below (who must also be a fan of Glenmorangie Malaysia on Facebook) gets a bottle of the limited-release Glenmorangie Astar worth more than RM600!

*Contest open to non-Muslim participants who are above 18 years of age only.

3 Comments

  • April 20, 2012 - 12:10 pm | Permalink

    Q1. Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States of America (USA). The casks are only used twice.

    Q2. 16ft 10 1/4 inches or 5.14 metres

    Q3. What makes Glenmorangie such a distinguished, delicious and complex single malt whisky is because with the specialized distilleries, only the very lightest, purest and most delicate vapours remain at the end of the process.

    I love Glenmorangie because it’s brings the taste of adventures of the roads traveled by the creators of Glenmorangie as they searched for the finest cask to mature their whisky. As every sip is taken, it is as if there is a new flavour every time. A flavour of excitement to search for the greatest casks on earth, a flavour of happiness when the cask is found, a flavour of satisfaction as the best whisky is produced. Every sip is an adventure with Glenmorangie.

  • April 20, 2012 - 8:50 pm | Permalink

    Q1:
    Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States of America (USA). Casks are used twice.

    Q2:5.14 metres (16ft 10 1/4 inches)

    Q3:With the tallest stills, the most advanced approach to extra-maturation and a commitment to only ever using our casks twice,
    you could say we’re striving for one thing-PERFECTION!!!!That is the reason why it makes Glenmorangie such a distinguished, delicious and complex single malt whisky.

    I love Glenmorangie because the PERFECTION word here and I wanted to win this for my dad who loves wine and of course whiskey!!!!!This would be the PERFECT and greatest father’s day gift for him.

  • Kelvin
    April 21, 2012 - 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Q1. Ozark Mountains of Missouri, in the USA. The casks are used twice only to produce the Glenmorangie single malt whisky

    Q2. 5.14 metres

    @3. Everything in the process of creating the Glenmorangie single malt whisky makes it a FIRST in the World! No single malt whisky can come close to the special taste and multilevel aromas it stirs with each drop.

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