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A dram fine way to boost sales

Burns Night can be relied upon to bolster the national drink in pubs
Frank (second left) and Geraldine collect their award at the SLTN Awards

Legendary whisky bar is a family affair

SLTN Award-winning venue is a tale of three families. Dave Hunter reports

A city trail for malt lovers

SINGLE malts from Glengoyne Distillery took centre stage in Glasgow bars last month as part of a special whisky trail.

Spirited moves from whisky firm

SPEYSIDE Distillery is aiming to expand its footprint across the UK with the appointment of distributor Cellar Trends.
Dr Bill Sanderson (R) & George Stoyle (L) emerge from the Dornoch Firth with oysters from the Glenmorangie DEEP Project

Distillery’s commitment to Highland home recognised

THE team at Glenmorangie distillery has scooped a number of environmental awards
Pairing whisky and food can be a money spinner for venues this Burns’ Night.

A pairing that’s fit for the Bard

Whisky and food matching can boost profits, firms say

Distillery’s £1m funding boost

Lowland facility set for construction after investment

Distiller is going against the grain

Fife producer reintroduces rye to Scotch whisky

A prestigious appointment

MALT whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail has appointed the company’s first director of prestige.
Whisky on tartan

The national drink returns to the fore

Burns’ Night and whisky go hand in hand – and can help to lift January sales