The spirit category is home to some of the world’s most opulent bottlings with their value rising high into the millions.
From tobacco to fungi and even chicken, we take a look at some of the more alarming ingredients used in alcoholic beverages.
Ahead of the drinks business report into the biggest spirits brands of 2013, we take a look back at the world’s biggest spirits brands of 2012.
These psychedelic images may look like something from a child’s kaleidoscope, but they are in fact your favourite drinks magnified 1,000 times under a microscope.
This week db attended tastings featuring wines from the US and Spain, and sampled a Prairie Oyster cocktail, said to be the ideal hangover cure, at Islington’s 69 Colebrooke Row.
The US drinks industry has been commended for its “robust” and effective self-regulatory system in a report into advertising standards.
A new distillery in the Cotswolds is joining the English whisky revival and set to launch a range of craft spirits when it begins production this summer.
Following the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the controversial alcohol duty escalator in yesterday’s Budget, we round up reaction from some of the industry’s most prominent figures.
Producers, retailers and trade bodies have welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the duty escalator on alcohol, cut beer taxes and freeze those on spirits and most ciders.
Campaigners are toasting their success after it was announced that the “unfair” alcohol duty escalator on wines and spirits is to be scrapped and duty on all spirits frozen.
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