Scotch single malt Ledaig has launched its oldest expression to date in the form of a 42 year old “robust” and “smoky” whisky.
Bruichladdich will launch the seventh edition of Octomore in June, an expression that claims to be “the world’s most heavily peated whisky”.
Innis & Gunn has launched an investment scheme in a bid to raise £3 million to build its first brewery, bottling line and barrel store in Scotland.
Bruichladdich master distiller and production director Jim McEwan has announced his intention to retire in July after over half a century in the Scotch whisky industry.
Ty Nant mineral water is the official water supplier to the largest hospitality event in Scotland, the Scottish Entertainment Awards, taking place on the 19th April in Glasgow.
Scottish brewer BrewDog has reported a 69% increase in profit, marking a sixth consecutive year of record growth as its turnover continues to rocket.
Last year saw the value of Scotch whisky exports drop by up to 39% in half of its 20 top markets, contributing to an overall 7% decline in 2014.
The team behind a new Scotch whisky-based cream liqueur believes its product has the potential to enjoy similar growth to that enjoyed by recent upmarket additions to the premium gin and vodka categories.
A Scotch whisky distillery has put its first barrel of whisky produced in nearly a century on the market for £1 million.
Students starting at St Andrews University from September will have the option of taking up an “alcohol-free” room.
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