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18 April 2012 1,003 views 4 Comments

Glenmorangie Astar Giveaway Contest

Understand the “Unnecessarily Well Made” and win a bottle of Glenmorangie Astar

We are having this craze on 12 year old Single Malt whiskeys for some time and we are starting to collect some of the varieties of Single Malt whiskeys. One of the challenges we faced lately is to purchase some of the Japanese Single Malt whiskeys as well as the Glenmorangie Astar. After having our tasting review session weeks ago, we craved for the Glenmorangie Astar and to our horror we couldn’t find it in duty free shops in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia. Hence, when it comes into limited edition Single Malt whiskeys, the exclusivity and the availability is more precious than its price tag. For thanks to the people from Glenmorangie Malaysia, we are going to give away one bottle of precious Glenmorangie Astar, money can’t buy whiskey with simple steps as below.
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For those who didn’t know, Glenmorangie is arguably the one of 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.
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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!

Can’t catch the Scottish accent? Here’s a tip: Turn on the subtitles on the video.

Yes, as we mentioned earlier we are 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! Most accurate and creative entry wins!

Check out the Questions carefully, 3 Questions!

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?

(Answer is already there at the comment box, just answer smartly and win!) 

After answering these questions, visit the Glenmorangie Malaysia Facebook page at www.fb.com/GlenmorangieMalaysia and click “Like”. Hey don’t forget our Facebook page too at wwww.fb.com/PlacesAndFoodsPage and “Like” us.

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

 

We wished everyone luck and remember to watch the video, answer the questions and one awesome creative kick-ass answer will give a chance a win for the limited edition whiskey!

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

 

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4 Comments »

  • Rave Foo said:

    1. Glenmorangie’s own forest in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States and 2 times (ten years old).

    2. 16 feet 10 1/4 inches tall.

    3. Glenmorangie is such a distinguished, delicious and complex single malt whisky and why I love Glenmorangie: It’s a balance between sweetness and complexity from the finest ingredient with a unique process in the very best casks through dedication and spirit.

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  • Chevalier said:

    Answer 1:
    Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States of America. The casks are only used twice.

    Answer 2:
    16 feet, 10 and 1/4 inches tall.

    Answer 3:
    Glenmorangie is such a distinguished, delicious and complex single malt whisky because it pleases the senses in ways that only the accomplished Highland Master Distillers can. In the beginning, the eyes are attracted to the attractive golden amber colour. The nose then picks up the aromas which distinguishes Glenmorangie from the others. The tongue then picks up the complex flavours which pleases the palate. All these experience of the senses add up into a final perception of aftertaste which no other scotch whisky house can emulate.

    I love Glenmorangie because like the swirl of the golden nectar in the glass, every sip brings my emotions in motion. The rise and fall of the waves, touch of divinity on the tongue, fruity perfume wafting in the air, the journey of a single sip finally ending with the mind of man closer to the mind of his maker. How can one not be touched by such emotions? A single malt with such fine and complex qualities as Glenmorangie is worthy to be placed on the altar of life to be honoured. There are many religions in the world, but for me, only Glenmorangie can deliver me to the divine.

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  • Jason Lee Wah Chai said:

    1. Glenmorangie’s own forest in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States and the cask are only used two times

    2. 16 feet 10 1/4 inches tall.

    3. Glenmorangie is such a delicious and complex single malt whisky and the reason I love it because the balance between sweetness and complexity from the finest ingredient with a unique process in the very best casks through dedication and spirit. Glenmorangie is worthy to be placed on the altar of life to be honoured. I would love to enjoy it on the beach with couple of friends and family

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  • Thilagarjaan said:

    Answer 1:
    Ozark Mountains of Missouri, United States of America. The casks are only used twice.

    Answer 2:
    16 feet, 10 and 1/4 inches tall.

    Answer 3:

    Like my love of jazz, my love of Glenmorangie has taken a bit of work and I have made some real rookie mistakes along the way. But the more I find out about it, and the more I sample it, the more I discover a complexity and richness that rewards repeat indulgences on Glenmorangie.

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