The week in pictures

24th March, 2017 by Michael J Ritchie

Glenmorangie this week launched its oldest and rarest whisky, Pride 1974. It is one of the most prestigious Highland single malts ever created by the company, following on from the success of the exclusive bottlings of Pride 1981 (released in 2011) and Pride 1978 (released in 2014). To mark the release of the distillery’s oldest whisky, Glenmorangie teamed up with piano maker Steinway & Sons and Steinway Artist Aaron Diehl to compose a piece of music which embodies the whisky’s beauty.

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