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Sunday, November 28, 2021


Whisky related news articles

Breathing life into the bar

Scotch whisky has something for everyone, firms say With such a wide variety of flavours on offer, whisky is a spirits category that should be...

Bell’s bigging up the blends

DIAGEO is bidding to boost its Bell’s blended whisky brand with a new television advertising campaign. The new ad, appearing now, promotes the benefits...

Louder and bolder whisky unleashed

Refreshed look and new expression for Islay malt Smokehead

Games gets a Grouse malt

THE firm behind The Famous Grouse – the ‘official whisky’ of Glasgow 2014 – has released a limited edition single malt to mark the...

Behind the whisky scene

Glengoyne Distillery set to host in-depth meet the maker tour
Tamdhu 10 year old

Distiller shines a light on Scotch

THE firm behind Speyside single malt Tamdhu has released a special edition lantern-shaped whisky gift tin.

Big issue from whisky firm

Doguleas Laing & Co, the independent whisky bottler, has launched a festive edition of its Big Peat whisky. Big Peat Christmas 2016 is a cask...

Inaugural Raasay release sets sail

The first legal single malt from the Hebridean Isle of Raasay has left the island in what Isle of Raasay Distillery co-founder Alasdair Day described as a “historic moment”

The Arran Eagle has landed

ISLE of Arran Distillers has launched the fourth and final limited edition bottling in its Icons of Arran series. The Eagle single malt, which takes...
• Tomatin Distillery boss Robert Anderson (centre) explains the economic and environmental benefits of the new boiler.

Scotch firm cuts carbon emissions

Biomass boiler brings environmental and economic benefits HIGHLAND single malt Scotch whisky distillery Tomatin is said to have cut carbon emissions by more than 80%...