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Louisville, KY (April 30, 2020)— 375 Park Avenue Spirits is thrilled to announce that it has come to an agreement with Glen Turner Company Ltd, the Scottish subsidiary of French group La Martiniquaise-Bardinet to act as the US importer for another of the company’s iconic brands—Glen Moray Speyside Single Malt Whisky—effective June 1, 2020.

“Earlier this year we expanded our strategic relationship with La Martiniquaise-Bardinet when we took on Cutty Sark, and today we add another award-winning global brand to our mix of products,” said Jason Schladenhauffen, president and CEO of 375 Park Avenue Spirits. “Our team looks forward to rapidly increasing the availability of this portfolio of unique Scotch whisky to new and existing customers. The unique finishes available from Glen Moray are like nothing else we currently have within our range, and that’s exciting.”

Glen Moray has been distilled in Speyside on the banks of the River Lossie outside of Elgin since 1897. The distillery offers a range of expressions and vintages in its four major collections: Elgin Classic, Elgin Heritage, Elgin Reserve and Elgin Prestige.

“Adding our single malt Speyside Glen Moray range to the 375 Park Avenue Spirits portfolio will help us reach new customers and markets and continue to build our brand equity in the United States” said Christophe Pichambert, international director for La Martiniquaise-Bardinet. “Glen Moray has a 120 years rich history and has been available as early as the 1930’s. We are convinced that, Jason and his team’s passion and incredible enthusiasm will make Glen Moray become one of America’s favorite Scotch Single Malt. ”

Glen Moray will be available from 375 Park Avenue Spirits beginning on June 1, 2020. Available SKUs include the following: Glen Moray Classic 750ml & 1.75L, Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish 750ml, Glen Moray Classic Sherry Cask Finish 750ml, Glen Moray Classic Chardonnay Cask Finish 750ml, Glen Moray Classic Cabernet Cask Finish 750ml , Glen Moray Classic Peated 750ml, Glen Moray 12YO 750ml, Glen Moray Classic 15 YO 750ml, Glen Moray 18YO  750ml and Glen Moray 21YO Port Wood Finish 750ml.

About 375 Park Avenue Spirits

375 Park Avenue Spirits specializes in the premium- to luxury-spirit categories and our portfolio includes numerous expressions from leading international producers.  Founded as Luctor International, LLC in 1981, 375 Park Avenue Spirits joined the Sazerac Company in early 2015 to act as an independent, yet fully integrated sales and marketing affiliate. The company is known today for creating an environment of growth for supplier partners in the domestic market for renown brands like Van Gogh Vodka from Holland, Sobieski Vodka from Poland, Cutty Sark Blended Scotch, J.P. Wiser’s Canadian Whisky, Paul John Single Malt Whisky from India, Scapegrace Gin from New Zealand, Novo Fogo Cachaca and many others. For more information on 375 Park Avenue Spirits, please visit www.375park.com

About Sazerac

Sazerac is one of America’s oldest family owned, privately held distillers with operations in the United States in Louisiana, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Maryland, California, and global operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia and Canada. For more information on Sazerac, please visit www.sazerac.com.

About La Martiniquaise-Bardinet

La Martiniquaise-Bardinet Group is a leading player in the Wine & Spirits industry and features in the world’s top ten spirits companies (source: IMPACT).

This independent French group founded in 1934 employs 2,400 people with a turnover of over 1 billion euros. Headquartered near Paris, the group operates in over 100 countries on many spirit categories and is particularly renowned internationally for its blended scotch whisky portfolio (Cutty Sark acquired from The Edrington Group in December 2018 and its two millionaire brands Label 5 and Sir Edward’s). The group also prides in being the category leader in Port with Cruz Port and Agricole Rum with Saint James. 

For more information, please visit www.la-martiniquaise.com