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In 1897 they reportedly spent GBP 20,000 on marketing.
In those days, that would have allowed them to buy or build a distillery.
With these parameters in place, the whisky industry boomed.
New distilleries were formed, while existing ones were expanded or modernised.
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The newly formed company focused on blending Scotch whisky, shipping brands like Morning Dew and Royal Gordon.
Two years later, the company went public on the stock market, netting the brothers a whopping GBP 100,000.
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They secured half the shares in the Glenfarclas distillery, as well as acquired stocks in the Oban, Aultmore-Glenlivet, and Ardgowan grain distilleries.
They also decided to hedge their risk by diversifying into other industries, by purchasing Duddingston Brewery in Edinburgh.
Around this time, production of Cognac in France stagnated due to a phylloxera epidemic, which devastated many of the vineyards, and caused a worldwide shortage of Brandy.
As a result, whisky production went through the roof.