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A clever new website has launched today (4th June 2008) to give dads a personalised malt whisky gift for Father’s Day.

On you can put any photo and message onto a bottle and get it posted anywhere in the UK in time for the big day on June 15th.

Messages can be cheeky, funny, rude, complimentary – anything. And any photo can be put on the label, as long as it’s big enough to upload to the website.

It’s been launched by the two young Scottish entrepreneurs behind where you can order personalised beer bottles.

25-year-olds entrepreneurs Stuart Ebdy and James Watt asked hundreds of customers ordering personalised beer for Euro 2008 what else they wanted – and personalised whisky was the number one choice.

Stuart, who is based in Aberdeen, said: “It’s hard finding a decent gift for Father’s Day. You want to give your dad something personal, but also something he really wants.”

“Personalised labels on whisky bottles is the perfect combination. We’re hoping to bring an end to rubbish anonymous gifts on Father’s Day.”

The site is launching with three blends of premium whisky available.

The cheapest is standard blend 40% ABV which starts from £25 per bottle, including personalisation.

There’s also a 10-year-old Highland region malt from £35 per bottle and a single malt Imperial 12 year old 46% ABV, from £40 a bottle.

In just over eight months, James and Stuart have already sold 45,000 bottles of beer from



• For further information please contact Stuart Ebdy on 07966 364 804, or email

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