Islay whisky distiller Bunnahabhain has revealed a plan to launch its oldest ever age statement whisky next year.
Islay whisky Bunnahabhain has teamed up with a Scottish Michelin-starred chef to create food matches that will help “bring to life” its whisky portfolio to customers worldwide.
As well as a new chief executive in the New Year, the Scotch Whisky Association has promoted a number of other new faces to key roles.
Balblair distillery manager John MacDonald has insisted that the Highland brand’s vintage specialism remains sustainable, despite ongoing growth in the Scotch whisky market.
Fans of the Anchorman franchise can finally settle down with a leather bound book and glass of Ron Burgundy’s favourite tipple as a Scotch is being released alongside the new film.
UK drinks group Diageo has offered to sell the bulk of its Whyte & Mackay whisky business to ease competition concerns that have been raised by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).
The Macallan Amber, which is part of the brand’s 1824 Series, has been crowned as Whisky of the Year 2013, by The Whisky Shop.
For many people whisky drinking is a serious business and these London bars offer aficionados the opportunity to indulge in a wide range of drams.
Christie’s next Geneva sale will feature a collection of 19th century Port and Madeira as well as an extremely rare decanter of Royal Salute whisky and 1929 Haut-Brion.
With Christmas closing in the drinks business offers some help with gift ideas and we revisit a feature published earlier this year, looking at whiskies that cost less than £40.
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