Static sales year


WHILE many categories saw either successes or declines in the past year, Scotch whisky was fairly static.

Sales dipped £200,000 taking the category to a value of £112.6m.

And there was no great shake-up in the nation’s favourite brands either, as the top five stayed perched in their same positions.

The Famous Grouse remained the biggest selling Scotch whisky in the on-trade, followed by Whyte & Mackay with the Diageo double of Johnnie Walker and Bell’s in third and fourth places.

Glenmorangie is the only single malt in the top five, in fifth place.

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Top scotch sales in Scotland’s on-trade

Famous Grouse

Whyte & Mackay

Johnnie Walker