Whisky | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Oddly mature malt release

Tomatin distillery has launched three new special edition releases, with each bottled at 46% ABV and matured in non-traditional casks. The limited edition …

Becks is backing another club

David Beckham has dipped his toe in the whisky industry for a second time with the launch of a new variant in the Haig Club range. Haig Club Clubman is …

Family firm has a busy summer

Douglas Laing goes big with limited edition releases Family-owned Scotch whisky firm Douglas Laing & Co released a flurry of limited edition bottlings over …

Raise a glass to beer whisky

The firm behind Glenfiddich has shown its experimental side with the launch of a new range of whiskies. The Experimental Series will see parent firm William …

Time to try a new strategy?

There are plenty ways to grow whisky sales, say firms Whisky is something of a pillar of the pub in Scotland, with combined Scotch and imported whiskey sales …

Single cask up to the task

Kingsbarns Distillery has launched two new single cask bottlings from Wemyss Malts. East Neuk Dunes is a 25 year old single malt from Bunnahabhain Distillery …

Mixing up the whisky scene

Tomatin distillery has joined forces with mixologist Calum Lawrie to create a series of summer whisky cocktails. The Highland single malt Scotch whisky …

Distillery unveils rare single malt

A HIGHLAND distillery unveiled a rare single malt whisky last month which is said to have been distilled in 1971. The 44 year old single cask Tomatin is the …

Scallywag makes return

A Limited edition release of Douglas Laing’s Scallywag has been unveiled. Scallywag #2 is a 54.1% ABV  cask strength Speyside blended malt created using …

Double take for bourbon

Spirits firm Beam Suntory has extended its Jim Beam bourbon range in time for summer with the release of Jim Beam Double Oak. Bottled at 43% ABV, the new …

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