News Staff October 11, 2018

The global success of Scotch Whisky has been celebrated with 45 new members of the Keepers of the Quaich being inducted into the international society at a private ceremony held at Blair Castle in Blair Atholl on Monday 8th October 2018.

Guests at the prestigious event were addressed by the international rugby star Sean Fitzpatrick, former All Blacks captain and the world’s most capped hooker.

Keepers of the Quaich was established by the Scotch Whisky industry to recognise the outstanding commitment of those who produce or promote the world’s finest spirit. To qualify, new Keepers must have worked in the industry for a minimum of five years.

To date, just over 2,700 men and women from more than 100 countries have received the honour.

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