Hazelwood Reserve 17 Year Old scoops Heathrow award

06 January, 2009

William Grant’s single malt scotch has been awarded the ‘best airport spirit’ in the airport’s first annual travel product awards.

 

 

Hazelwood Reserve 17 Year Old from William Grant’s Kininvie distillery, which was available exclusively at Heathrow airport’s new Terminal Five World Duty Free stores, has been awarded the ‘best airport spirit’ in the airport’s first annual travel product awards.

Matured in sherry casks and limited to 500 bottles with only 350 left, it sells for £350 (US$695) a bottle.

Second came Baiieys Coffee with sales of 350,000, followed by Belvedere Intense vodka.

 

 

 





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