Glenora Falls, near Glenville, in Cape Breton... Wait. You want to call it WHAT?

Just in case you people out there aren't regularly combing the local Nova Scotia papers for news of Federal Court of Appeals decisions, I feel obliged to let you know that the Glen Breton Single Malt Canadian Whisky saga may, in fact, have come to a close.



Cape Breton distillery can keep 'Glen' label on whisky, appeals court rules

January 24, 2009

A Cape Breton distillery can continue to use the word "Glen" in its labelling, the Federal Court of Appeal has ruled.

Glenora Distillery president Lauchie MacLean said Friday that the court rejected the objections of the Scotch Whisky Association and upheld his company’s registration of Glen Breton as the trademark of its single malt whisky.

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Source: CBC News

Posted bythemikestand at 8:45 AM  

3 stepped up to the mike:

HalfAsstic.com said... 7:36 PM, February 26, 2009  

Crap. The very moment I stop pouring over the Nova Scotia papers, (found some coupons for toilet paper that I have to use by next week or they expire), this kind of earth shattering news happens.
Er, I have a very strong opinion about this whole debacle... please tell me what it is?

richgold said... 9:53 PM, February 26, 2009  

Hey. I'll drink to that!

themikestand said... 4:11 PM, March 03, 2009  

HalfAsstic: Send me your coupons. I'll save FOR you!
And you're in favour of this decision. Only because big whisky loses when they try to bully little whisky. Nah, nah nah, boo, boo....

richgold: I will, too. I should go out and get some. Or at least go find free samples somewhere. I can't drop $85 on a box of something I haven't even heard reviews (from my peers) on!

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