Irish whiskey brand Jameson has unveiled a limited edition bottle as part of a series of promotions ahead of St. Patrick’s Day in March.
A man branded a “danger to public health” has been handed a suspended prison sentence after he was caught selling bottles of fake spirits laced with urine.
A US dad named Jack Daniels has called his first son Jim Beam, continuing a family tradition for naming children after whiskey brand names.
The majority of Brits are unaware that they are charged an average of £10.06 in tax on every bottle of Scotch, with 84% believing the rate to be unfair.
Heavy metal band Anthrax have released a limited edition single barrel Bourbon named after one of their hits.
A Texas court has ruled in favour of Diageo and against a Canadian whiskey rival in a trademark lawsuit over its Crown Royal brand.
The Glenlivet has collaborated with contemporary designer Gareth Neal to create a £6,000 “Nàdurra Dram Chair”, designed with sipping whisky in mind.
Utah’s High West Distillery has completed work on a second facility based on a working cattle ranch boasting luxury accommodation.
A cobbler has taken on-the-go drinking to another level, launching a pair of Italian brogues with space to stash a miniature bottle of booze in each heel.
A Japanese TV show has been credited with boosting sales of Nikka whisky in what has been described as the Japanese “Mad Men effect”.
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