If I say Kensington, a lot of people have different thoughts. If you’re in the UK, it is a posh part of West London. If you say it to someone in the US, they may think it’s one of many companies, or a small town in Maine.
In Canada, it means different things again. We have a Kensington in PEI, which is impressive because that’s a small Island and I always thought they maxed out at 1 city. Kensington Market in Toronto is one of the few places you can walk the streets and let your hair down in the whole city.
And finally, Kensington Wine Market is known in Calgary as a very, very large alcohol store that recently celebrated their 25th anniversary. Why does that matter to you? Well they released a few special whiskies for this anniversary.
Glenrothes 19 1997 25th Anniversary Kensington Wine Market Whisky Broker
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