Top 10 Scotch whisky brands

8th June, 2015 by Rupert Millar

Scotch whisky will not look back at 2014 with much affection following a year of some highs but many more woes.

The year began positively with the news that the Scotch whisky industry contributes £5 billion per annum to the UK economy – more than the country’s iron and steel, shipbuilding and computing industries.

Investment in Scotch continues apace as well, The Edrington Group investing £100m on a new distillery for The Macallan in Speyside.

Yet the decline in volumes largely brought about because of the drop in certain export markets such as China but also the UK that began in 2013 continued to make itself felt in 2014.

The Scotch Whisky Association reported in March of this year that the UK market….

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5 Responses to “Top 10 Scotch whisky brands”

  1. Kim says:

    I absolutely hate having to load 10 separate pages. So I’m not going to read this. I’m probably not alone. #Consolidate

  2. Peter says:

    Thank you, Kim! Could not agree more. Why do they make us scan through ten pages to get the full list? I assume it’s because they want to get credit for ‘bringing eyes’ to the ads, but it’s really annoying / offensive.

  3. Bonnie says:

    While I’m not normally a whiskey snob, I’m dishartened to go through all 10 pages to find every one of them are blended scotches. Do the editors not like single malt? Or maybe they are just afraid to try them.

    • Neal Baker says:

      As it says on the opening page, it is top 10 Scotch whiskies by volume sales worldwide, not by arbitrary taste preference. Why would someone be “afraid” to taste single malts?! Strange…

  4. Vijay Kumar says:

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