November 1, 2011 – 1:17 pm by Jane

We are about to launch a brand new whisky and would like some assistance picking the product name. The winner will receive the first ever bottle we produce of this exclusive whisky

Background of the Whisky:

  • This whisky was distilled and blended in 1999 in Scotland, in 2002 it was then shipped to Sanchez Romate in Jerez, Spain
  • Once in Spain the whisky was racked into Olorosso (Sherry Butts) and left for nine years (this is a 12 year old Whisky)
  • We will produce 1500x6pack cases and this batch is unique and irreplaceable
  • The whisky smells distinctly of chocolate, raisins, cream soda and oranges
  • The name of the whisky should begin with Sheep Dip’s  __________

So please get your thinking caps on and you could be in with a chance to win an exclusive and limited edition whisky.

All comments/ideas to be posted below or emailed to

We will give you the weekend to think about it and take all ideas in on Monday. Good Luck!


The Spencerfield Crew

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11 Responses to “HELP NEEDED!”

  1. Just emailed my entry. Simple but effective (I think)

  2. With such sweet fragrances – chocolate, raisins, .. – I would go for:
    Sheep Dip’s Sweetsip
    It might be hard to pronounce after a few sips, but it’s a catchy name :)
    Or, if you want to reflect the production process while maintaining an eccentric name, how about:
    Sheep Dip’s Spanish Butt?
    Or, if you want to stress the exclusivity of the product, you could just go for:
    Sheep Dip’s Exclusive

  3. Stephen Fox says:

    Sheep Dip’s Andalusian Holiday
    Sheep Dip’s Andalusian Dream
    Sheep Dip’s Andalusian Expatriate

  4. Chris says:

    Oh man how did I miss this?!? Are you still looking for names? I have a couple ideas!

  5. Stephane says:

    just a “thinkflash” from France…
    oloroso (sherry)
    oloroso (restaurant/bar in Edinburgh)
    -> oloroso is a basis
    to avoid any copyright pbs, change to OLOROSA

    launch name result : SHEEP DIP’S OLOROSA

    Sorry for the delay

  6. Chris says:

    How about

    Sheep Dip’s Oveja Roja

    It means ‘red sheep’ in spanish.

  7. Chris says:

    Or maybe

    Sheep Dip’s nueve años en España

    Meaning, “Nine years in Spain”

  8. Muggi says:

    Keep a few bottles for me, I will come one day

  9. Mrs Campbell says:

    I submitted this to the original, I think via email, back in October:
    Sheep Dip’s Southern Holiday
    Sheep Dip’s Inquisition (Bishop’s hat on the iconic sheep is optional.)

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