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Glenmorangie’s Beyond the Cask Bike Ride at Luvians

Glenmorangie’s Beyond the Cask Bike Ride at Luvians

Hop on the world’s first whisky cask bicycle by Renovo and Glenmorangie to win a bottle of Glenmorangie Signet on Saturday 28 October Glenmorangie’s second Beyond The Cask series collaboration with Renovo Hardwood Bicycles has revealed the world’s first bicycles made from whisky casks. The Highland distiller and Oregon based bicycle engineers owe much to the humble tree. Glenmorangie’s smooth single malts and Renovo’s pioneering wood bicycles are united by their craftsmanship and pioneering use of wood. Luvians are thrilled to announce that on Saturday 28 October from 1 to 5 pm, customers will be challenged to hop on for a one-mile ride on the Renovo x Glenmorangie bike set up in Luvians Bottle Shop St Andrews. Punters clocking in under three minutes will be entered in a raffle to win a bottle of Glenmorangie Signet (worth £134.99) signed by Dr Bill Lumsden, Glenmorangie Director of Distilling & Whisky Creation. All participants will be gifted a branded tumbler for the road no matter what their time. Throughout the afternoon, shoppers...

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Burns’ Night Drams

Burns’ Night Drams

A Dram for the Bard! What’s that panic in thy breastie?! Could it be that you’ve drunk the house dry over Christmas and now find yourself painfully short of a cracking dram to toast a haggis? Never fear! Luvians have drummed up another wheen of whisky offers for the month of January to slake your thirst and ensure your best laid plans don’t gang aft agley! Speyburn, Brandan Orach, was £24.99, now £20 Jura, 10 year old, was £29.99, now £25 Old Pulteney, 12 year old, was £32.99, now £28 Tamdhu, 10 year old, was £34.99, now £30 Smokehead, was £34.99, now £30 Gordon & MacPhail, Macallan Speymalt 2007, was £35.99, now £32 Fettercairn, Fior, was £42.99, now £35 Balblair, 2005, was £42.99, now £40 Edradour, Ballechin 10 year old, was £44.99, now £40 Laphroaig, Quarter Cask, was £44.99, now £40 Blair Athol, 12 year old (Flora & Fauna Edition), was £46.99, now £40 Signatory, Glenlivet 2006 (Unchillfiltered Collection), was £54.99, now £50 anCnoc, 22 year old, was £87.99, now £75...

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Still Got Something to Celebrate?

Still Got Something to Celebrate?

While the mighty festive party season has sadly faded into the distant past, there’s still always a chance of finding a decent reason to celebrate! Here at Luvians we make sure the bubbles keep flowing all year round by maintaining a few very good offers even during the driest months of the year! Bernard Remy, ‘Carte Blanche’ Non-vintage, RRP £23.99, now £20 – From a small grower-producer based in the village of Allemant in Champagne comes the house cuvee Carte Blanche. Lively with upfront lime and lemony tones, and with a decent bit of weight from 2 years spent aging on the lees, this honeyed champers is very drinkable and offers superb value whatever the occasion! Moet & Chandon, Non-vintage, was £37.99, now £28 – The most drunk champagne in the world delivers a fresh and elegant style, the bite of green apple and the floral delicacy of citrus blossom with a hint of brioche. Alluring and subtle, it’s a fine example of the grand marque’s more commercial wines....

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