Cask Liquid Marketing to Distribute Compass Box Whisky, Launch Bartender Comp

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Cask Liquid Marketing appointed exclusive UK distributor for Compass Box Whisky Co, launch ‘The Circle’ competition

BarLifeUK News - Cask Liquid Marketing to Distribute Compass Box Whisky, Launch Bartender CompCask Liquid Marketing have added the Compass Box Whisky range to an already bartender-friendly portfolio that includes Ocho Tequila, Gin Mare, and Hobo Beer.

Compass Box produce blended malt and blended grain whiskies such as Great King Street, Asyla, Oak Cross, The Spice Tree, The Peat Monster, Hedonism, and various Limited Edition blends. The range has been recognised at the World Whiskies Awards, the Drammie Awards, the San Francisco World Spirits Championship.

Announced alongside the new distribution relationship is a bartender comp called The Circle, which will see bartender duos compete in regional sessions, with the most inventive pair going on to compete individually in the global final this Summer. The prize is the chance to create a one-off Compass Box limited edition blend which will be sold around the world, and BarLifeUK will no doubt bring you details on how to enter the competition in due course.

Stuart Ekins, Director at Cask Liquid Marketing, says: “Compass Box Whisky Co, with its unique, innovative and fresh approach to the whisky category, is a great addition to our portfolio and we look forward to bringing it to a wider audience.

You can see the full Cask Liquid Marketing portfolio here.
And the Compass Box Whisky range here.

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