Follow the drinks business on a recent trip to uncover the important but rarely explored link between Sherry producers and the whisky industry.
Speyside whisky producer Glenfarclas has confirmed plans to introduce a 1966 fino Sherry cask expression as the first part of a new series.
An Indian single malt scooped top prize at the Whiskies of the World Awards, a new initiative launched by a US subsidiary of the IWSC.
Diageo will be able to sell bottles of its Explorers’ Club Whisky after signing a licensing agreement with the real-life Explorers’ Club that successfully sued it.
Scotch whisky has seen a decline in exports worth £220million in lost sales, with some markets receding by nearly 50%.
Diageo has opened one more “Johnnie Walker House” in China, as well as two new travel retail “theatres” in Taiwan and India.
The first bottle of Glenlivet’s 50 YO from its Vintage 1964 barrel, the first in a collection of single malt whiskies aged for a half century, goes on sale at Harrods early next month.
Scotland’s affirmation of its place in the United Kingdom, voting no to independence by 55% to 45%, has been met with relief from industry bodies in the Scotch whisky sector.
An entrepreneur bought a $64,000 shot of Macallan 64 Year Old single-malt whisky in support of a Korean based charity.
Rabobank has issued a stark warning to Scotch whisky makers highlighting the negative impact independence could have on the industry.
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