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“They were mixing a local brand, 'Bagpiper', which is popular with truck drivers and nicknamed 'Punjabi rocket fuel', with 'Signature', a slightly more upmarket”
“As a matter of fact, an Indian brand 'Bagpiper' became the world's largest selling whiskey.”
“By the end of this year, its flagship product, Bagpiper whisky, risks losing the slot of India's and world's largest selling spirit brand to Officer's Choice, owned by friend-turned-rival Kishore Chabbria's ABD Distillers.”
“Simultaneously, Mallya flooded every bar and highway joint with Bagpiper and McDowell posters, glasses, ash trays and even table covers.”
“The biggest player is India-based UB Group, which makes the local whiskey Bagpiper and holds 43.8% of the Indian scotch and whiskey market by volume, according to Euromonitor.”
“His top brands include Kingfisher beer and Bagpiper whiskey.”
“Whoever organised the Bagpiper stuff should help undermine Cameron.”
“One is reminded, one is, of the infamous Good-Looking Bagpiper Guy of Gastown a few years ago.”
“Top brands include Bagpiper whiskey and Kingfisher beer, and he launched Kingfisher Airlines last year.”
“Enter the Bagpiper, playing before a great Bowl of Punch, carry'd between two Negroes, a Highlander dancing after it; the Widow”
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