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The perfect match for food

Why should wine have all the fun? Whisky is just as good a match for quality cuisine Advertisement feature IT’S been the province of wine producers...

A dram fine way to boost sales

Burns Night can be relied upon to bolster the national drink in pubs
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Scotch exports remain stable

Growth in new markets counteracts eastern decline SCOTCH whisky exports remained stable last year, despite turbulent sales figures in the Far East, according to the...

Scotch is back off the rocks

Until the global recession started to check growth, the story of whisky over the last decade has all been about explosive growth in export markets. But while sales boomed in emerging economies like Brazil, Russia, India and China, as well as other parts of Asia and South America, it seemed there was little prospect of growth for Scotch in its domestic on-trade.

Great Odin’s single malt

EDRINGTON, the firm behind Highland Park, has released the last of the distillery’s Valhalla Collection of limited edition whiskies. Bottled at 55.8% ABV Highland Park...

Distillery celebrates turning 21

THE Isle of Arran Distillery has released a limited edition anniversary bottling to celebrate 21 years at its Lochranza site. Liquid for the 21st anniversary...

Lee is a malt mastermind

A LONDON bartender has been crowned this year’s Glenfiddich Malt Mastermind. Lee Potter Cavanagh from Mark’s Bar at HIX in Soho won the title after...

New single malt from Wm Grant

William Grant & Sons has launched a new single malt, which it says “brings whisky craft and innovation to a new level”. Described as a...

Glen Grant is worth the wait

A CASK that was hand-filled in 1963 by Dennis Malcolm of the Glen Grant distillery is ready for public consumption. Just 150 bottles of the...

Something of an iconic release

THE firm behind Islay malt Ardbeg has released a rare 23 year old expression of the whisky, which is available exclusively to the distillery’s most dedicated fans.

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