A bracelet that can detect levels of alcohol in someone’s system and “check in” to ensure the wearer is conscious has been praised by Microsoft.
Scotch whisky has seen a decline in exports worth £220million in lost sales, with some markets receding by nearly 50%.
Spink’s sale in Singapore last week saw a decanter of the latest limited edition Louis XIII realise S$20,704.
Diageo has garnered “overwhelming support” from its shareholders for bonuses criticised by some as “excessive” at its annual meeting.
Hollywood superstar George Clooney seems to have his priorities straight when it comes to his wedding preparations – Tequila.
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association is calling on the UK government to cut alcohol duty by a “modest” 2% in the 2015 budget.
William Grant & Sons has opened a new €35 million distillery designed to help it meet demand for Irish whiskey brand Tullamore Dew.
Bartending is much like the French Foreign Legion: both challenging lifestyles, attracting a disparate and, let’s face it, occasionally shady, bunch of characters.
Iraq’s alcohol trade is struggling to survive with militias tolling the country’s main trade routes at up to $15,000 per truck.
Queen are to release a vodka named Killer Queen in tribute to the group’s late frontman, Freddie Mercury.
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