C'mon DEO management... is this the best you can do?
@@@LONDON, June 21 (Reuters) - Diageo PLC has agreed to buy George Clooney's high-end tequila brand Casamigos in a deal that values it at up to $1 billion, as the world's largest spirits company seeks to boost its presence in a high-growth market. Diageo said on Wednesday it will pay $700 million initially for the brand, co-founded by the American actor, with a further potential $300 million to be paid, based on a performance linked earn-out over 10 years. The maker of Smirnoff vodka and Guinness beer said the deal will be neutral to earnings for the first three years and add to earnings thereafter.
DEO continues the whisky revolution. How weird will it get?
@@@GIMLI, Manitoba, May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- With the popularity of Canadian whisky on the rise, Crown Royal, the world's category leader, is proud to introduce Crown Royal Wine Barrel Finished – the second release from the Noble Collection, a series of annual, limited-edition whiskies celebrating the artistry and spirited experimentation of our distillers and blenders.
Crown Royal Satisfies Whisky And Wine Lovers With Introduction Of Wine Barrel Finished Whisky
GIMLI, Manitoba, May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- With the popularity of Canadian whisky on the rise, Crown Royal, the...
This is a grower, not a shower. Up about 20% since Brexit, not even including dividends.
Goldman with a BS downgrade.
Just love this stock: Nearly no volatility, slow but strong upward move, nice dividend. I'll keep this stock it till I die.
Sweet jezzuz I guess it was only a matter of time before the term 'blended whiskey' made it into the 21st century. I suppose I'll have a double Johnnie-HarvestRye on the rocks to toast the occasion
@"Experimentation is the key to innovation and has been at the heart of Johnnie Walker from the very beginning. Our founder John Walker's first experiments were with flavors inspired by teas and spices from the new world. Walker's first blends weren't bound by the traditional styles of particular whisky producing regions in Scotland, but were experiments in flavor using casks from all over the country and later the world. What we're doing today is what we've done for nearly 200 years and we are thrilled to be opening our doors, allowing people to experience the vast array of flavor experiments happening every day," commented Master Blender Jim Beveridge. In the US, the first blend that will be available is Johnnie Walker Blenders' Batch Triple Grain American Oak, which is the result of experiments focusing on the influence of bourbon and rye whiskey flavors on Scotch. This whisky is inspired by the time Beveridge spent working in Kentucky blending bourbon and rye. Aged for at least 10 years in American oak, including bourbon casks, Johnnie Walker Blenders' Batch Triple Grain American Oak is crafted using five whiskies including grain from the now closed Port Dundas distillery and malt from Mortlach on Speyside. This combination creates a whisky that is uniquely smooth, with notes of sweet fresh fruit and gentle spice. This style of whisky is excellent as the foundation for classic and signature cocktails.
Johnnie Walker® Introduces Blenders' Batch Experimental Whisky Program To The United States
At Johnnie Walker, the world's number one best-selling Scotch whisky, our blending team has a passionate obsession with quality blending and flavor. Their exploration is continued proof that Johnnie Walker is a pioneer in Blended Scotch Whisky flavo
X div tomorrow
Who says DEO isn't poised for potentially massive upward movement? How can it with earnings per share value sitting at 4.77? Im not sure about you guys but aw-esomeSTOCKS has provided me with some pretty good trade ideas. I messed up executing some of them but thats on me.
U.S. beer drinkers are in love with Mexican beer, and that love's about to hurt. Last week, President Donald Trump and his administration floated the idea of paying for a wall between the United States and Mexico by imposing a 20% on all imports from
Well I guess a tourist brewery is nice. Even better, why doesn't DEO open up a string of Guiness pubs... maybe even start up a franchise division. I hears that in the UK, a few big companies control the large majority of pubs now.