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Lombard Brands Ltd. Lombard Scotch Whisky Limited

Bourne House, College Street, IM8 2 TD Ramsey, Isle of Man
United Kingdom

Telephone +44 1624 814345
Fax +44 1624 816356

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  • Hall 12 / B76
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 12): stand B76

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Our range of products

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Our products

Product category: Whiskey

Single Cask - Single Malt

As a malt whisky connoisseur, you have exacting standards. Over the last five decades, our quest to bring you perfection has taken us time and time again to Scotland's most renowned regions to seek out the very finest Single Malts.

Lombard bottles each highly individual whisky without tampering with its purity in any way. Rich in heritage, in many cases very rare and always exclusive, these Single Malts are true gems. Which is why they are known as The Jewels of Scotland.

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Product category: Whiskey

Golden Piper

Golden Piper, like the bagpipes, originates in the Highlands where the character of its whiskies are often a reflection of the wild and rugged landscapes.

Bagpipes are as much Scotland, as Scotch Whisky and Robert Burns. British military forces were often spearheaded by Highland regiments, whose stirring image of the bagpiper, leading-out the troops, became an international icon. Bold and distinctive. Just like the whisky.

Tasting Note:
Spicy, exciting nose, hints of exotic fruit. Peppery rush develops beautifully on the back of the palate. Well balanced. Cream. Long and warm, full rounded finish.

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Product category: Whiskey

Lombard 'Springbank' 1965

43% Vol Single Malt miniature

Springbank 1965 Single Malt – presented in hand made 5cl miniature glass bottles

The stunning miniatures are hand crafted in traditional and modern design by master glassmakers. Decorative and sculptured glass is created by the ancient skills of lampwork and freeblown – painstaking precision using only sharpness of eye ensures no miniature is identical. Its creator individually signs each miniature, which is presented in a dark blue suede gift box with a certificate of authenticity.

Each miniature holds 1965 Single Malt from the Springbank distillery - bottled under the sole responsibility of Lombard Scotch Whisky. This famous Campbeltown malt is noted for its rich malty aroma and salty tang – characteristics which always betray its geographical position on the coast of the Mull of Kintyre.

With 10 miniatures to a set The Jewels of Scotland miniatures are highly desirable for all collectors

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About us

Company details

Margaret Lombard-Chibnall, current CEO, founded Lombard Scotch Whisky in the mid 1960’s. As one of the original independents, Lombard was beholden to no single distiller. Entering the market as a supplier of bulk whisky to blenders, Margaret invested in whiskies of the highest standard. Select distilleries were commissioned to produce ‘new fill’ and from date of distillation, Lombard took full control over the maturation of its stocks.

Today Lombard holds, matures and bottles from its own whiskies . Bottling and blending is within the central region of Scotland.

Renowned for bringing added value to a global market place, Lombard continues to invest in the Scotch Whisky industry and today is second to-none with its stocks of aged and rare whiskies. The formidable and expanding portfolio of Blended Scotch Whiskies, is a perfect compliment its rare, single cask, single malts. Today, Lombard is in a stronger position than ever to meet the increasing global demand for its whiskies.

“ Lombard Scotch Whisky has a distinguished past and an exciting future”
Richard Lombard-Chibnall - Global Brand Director

Family History
Early records (Edward the Confessor 1042-1066) show the family deriving from the village of Chebenhale. At this time, the Chibnall name was "de Chebenhale" . Following the Norman invasion, there is reputed lineage to a son of William 1st. In 1351, the English king, John I, changed his domicile to Sherington in Buckinghamshire, retaining a cottage in Chebenhale as a pied-a-terre. The royal connection is shown in the family Coat of Arms by a Ducal crown which is engrossed on the dragon's neck – a sign of royal blood ! At this time the family was established as ‘Chibnall of Astwood’.

In 1762, records showed the Chibnall family owning a Wine Merchants, a cooperage business and the local pub. Several predecessors were Wine merchants, but interests expanded via marriage, to cork plantations in Portugal and a cork manufacturing business in London called G.Lombard. Marriage resulted in the family name being Lombard-Chibnall.

Early in the 20th century, Henry Lombard-Chibnall married Alice Robinson of the brewery and soft drinks business. Brewers bottled beer, as well as gin, vodka, port and this became the early connection to the later start of Lombard Scotch Whisky.

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