SLTN | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 4

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Edinburgh liqueur full of beans

TWO Edinburgh bar owners and a barista have joined forces to create a new coffee liqueur. Mike Aikman and Jas Scott – the operators behind Bramble, The Last …

Wine prices climb to all-time high

The average retail price of a bottle of wine in the UK has reached a record high due to Brexit, a new report has claimed. According to the Wine and Spirit …

Small-batch spirits ready to set sail

CRAFT distiller Pickering’s Gin has launched a new collection of gins for luxury cruise liner company Cunard. Each of the three expressions celebrates one of …

Highland hotels in high demand

Property agent sells further two properties in north west DEMAND for Highland hotels remains high, according to Colliers International, which has sold a …

Sweet off-market deal for Salt

A BISTRO and café business in Edinburgh’s Morningside has changed hands in an off-market deal. The leasehold of the 40-cover Salt Café, which is located …

Scotch whisky explores new directions

WHYTE & Mackay has launched a new blended Scotch malt whisky inspired by British explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. The new whisky was inspired by …

Champion pub sets bar high

By Jonathan Watt HOW to get more customers through the door is a question that can keep more than a few licensees up at night. Plenty of pubs aim to do so by …

Grand journey signals its return

Full steam ahead for gin brand’s new marketing campaign Bombay Sapphire is the focus of a major new marketing campaign as The Grand Journey activity makes a …

Mentors sought for training scheme

Wholesale association is recruiting volunteers to support developing talent THE Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) is on the lookout for new mentors from …

A double in Dundee

TWO Dundee pubs have been earmarked for investment by Star Pubs & Bars. The Heineken-owned pubco is set to spend £300,000 revamping The Mercantile on …

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