No trip to Bangkok would be complete without a visit to at least one of these sky-high bars, perfect for taking in the city’s stunning skyline.
London wine experience Vinopolis will close at the end of this year, with management insisting the move is “the best possible decision for the business and its shareholders.”
A US Ivy League college has banned its students from drinking or possessing hard alcohol on campus in a bid to boost its beleaguered reputation.
A university professor in Iowa has created an “intelligent” vodka that promises to reduce hangovers by harnessing ozone to create a purer product.
A gin bar has entered the Guinness Book of Records for having the “most varieties of gin commercially available” in the world.
Alexandre Ricard has revealed his ambition for Pernod Ricard to become the world’s biggest spirits group, knocking Diageo off its perch.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition has opened nominations for its Communicator of the Year 2015 award.
Auction house Zachys has reported “fantastic” results for Japanese whiskies at its most recent sale in Hong Kong.
Rémy Cointreau said it was embarking on a “new era” today as it confirmed Valérie Chapoulaud-Floquet as CEO of the group.
An advert for David Beckham’s Haig Club whisky has been cleared by the Advertising Standards Agency, despite complaints it might appeal to children.
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