Hankey Bannister 12 Year Old Regency is a blended Scotch whisky made by the Hankey Bannister company. The brand was established in 1757 and is known for its high-quality Scotch whiskies. The 12 Year O... Read more
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|Name||Hankey Bannister 12 Year Old Regency|
|Region||Other Scotch Whisky|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||40%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||03-06-2022|
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International Beverage Holdings Ltd. owns the blended scotch whisky brand Hankey Bannister, which is made by Inver House Distillers. named for its co-founders Hugh Bannister and Beaumont Hankey. Lowland grains are combined with Highland and Speyside malt whiskies to create Hankey Bannister. The wines and spirits firm originally set up shop at Johns Street in London's West End after being founded in 1757. The Adams brothers' first neo-classical structure in London, Adelphi Terrace, was where the vaults were relocated in 1785. When the Arches were destroyed in 1936, the vaults were still there. Hankey Bannister & Co. relocated thousands of bottles to new storage in Southwark, across the river from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, yet the incendiary bombs still discovered them there in 1940, during World War II. After relocating to 22 St. James Street, Hankey Bannister started acquiring additional West End businesses and serving as a hub for other small wine merchants who provided the Royal Household and a number of exclusive clubs. Hankey Bannister & Co. relocated to 32, Sackville Street in 1915, and stayed there until Saccone & Speed acquired it in 1932, following the passing of Douglas Hankey. The Dukes of Norfolk and Queensberry, as well as Prince Regent William IV, were fond of Hankey Bannister, who was granted a Royal Warrant by George V. Both British author Evelyn Waugh and wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill were fans of Hankey Bannister. Richard Hammond made mention of the beverage on the Top Gear Burma Special, with Jeremy Clarkson claiming it to be the 'third greatest whiskey in Northern Burma.'