Comment - Let's make this whiskey Irish

By Chris Mercer | 24 May 2010

William Grant & Sons' decision to mix a little Irish whiskey with its Scotch roots looks like an even smoother move following the release of new market figures.

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William Grant & Sons' decision to mix a little Irish whiskey with its Scotch roots looks like an even smoother move following the release of new market figures.

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