Thursday, September 19, 2019
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Whisky on a beach

Champion local heroes

The boom in Scottish spirits production – whether it is whisky, gin or rum – has been good news for operators and consumers alike.
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Mixing up traditions

Family-owned distiller moves into mixology with its first cocktail comp .
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Historic Hebridean spirit

A Scottish distiller made history last month when it released the first legal spirit produced on the Isle of Raasay .
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The Tide is in at Glasgow whisky co.

Whyte & Mackay has updated two of its whisky brands in the past month .
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Taking care of cask at hand

Distiller launches three-strong wood finish range .
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Island distillery is taking flight

What’s said to be the Isle of Mull’s first new distillery in over 2 centuries has been launched as the firm behind Whitetail Gin moves its production in-house.
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A Curious addition

Edinburgh distillery The Old Curiosity has added to its Secret Garden Range of gins with a new summer variant.
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Levelling the field

New Scottish craft spirits collective aims to do things differently .

Championing Scotland’s spirits

Operators are well-placed to capitalise on consumer demand for craft

Stirring up the demand for craft

Bartenders tell SLTN about the benefits of utilising Scottish spirits in cocktails