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Tanduay wins big in China’s top wines and spirits tilt

/ 04:00 AM September 14, 2020

Tanduay rums continue to be recognized by leading international wines and spirits award-giving bodies. Most recently, two Tanduay products bagged top honors in the largest and most influential wines and spirits competition in China—the G100 International Wine & Spirits Awards. Tanduay Double Rum was awarded a gold award and Tanduay Rum Gold received a silver award in the competition, which is committed to selecting the best quality and most cost-effective wines for the Chinese market and promoting them to buyers across the country. “This is a huge honor coming from one of China’s most prestigious awards. We are extremely grateful for the recognition and will continue to work hard to provide our consumers with only the best products,” Tanduay senior vice president for sales and marketing Paul Lim said. Tanduay Double Rum is one of Tanduay’s most internationally awarded products. This sipping rum belongs to the cognac level of spirits. It is a blend of two aged reserves (16-year-old rum and 5-year-old rum) that are further aged in the barrel for another two years. The Tanduay Rum Gold is also one of Tanduay’s most awarded products. It has received 7 Monde Selection International medals and has also won gold in International Review of Spirits and a silver in San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2018, among others.

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