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Highland group expects majority of tourists to return

The majority of people who put visits to the northern Highlands on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic will go ahead with their plans once lockdown restrictions are eased, according to a new survey

Operators should be prepared on outside area applications

Licensees hoping to operate outside areas in the coming weeks should ensure they are “on the ball” with regard to what will be required from their licensing board

Mattuga Distillers unveils new rum and liqueur collection

A new rum collection which celebrates locally sourced produce has been unveiled by Scottish spirits company Mattuga Distillers.

Eden Mill grows ready-to-drink range

Eden Mill has expanded its ready-to-pour cocktail range with the release of its take on a Pornstar Martini

Fettercairn expands core range

Whyte & Mackay has expanded its Fettercairn whisky brand with the addition of a 16 years old expression to the distillery’s core range

Greene King sets out reopening measures

Pub company Greene King has announced the measures it is taking across its managed estate to maintain hygiene and safety standards when its pubs reopen

Caorunn Gin unveils Scottish-themed cocktail recipes ahead of World Gin Day

Scottish gin brand Caorunn has created two Scottish-themed cocktail recipes to celebrate World Gin Day this weekend and is encouraging gin fans to get into the spirit and create their own gin cocktails at home

Highland operator launches cocktail delivery service

The company behind Inverness bars Bar One and Angels’ Share has launched a cocktail home delivery service which will feature a new range of cocktails

Moray restaurateurs poised for outdoor opening

Moray restaurateurs Ruth and Barry Scott have made sure they are well positioned for the reopening of outdoor areas by utilising their secondary business to create a social distancing-friendly dining space

Sturgeon: ‘I would prefer to get to one metre’ social distance

Scotland's first minister has said that she “would prefer” a one-metre social distance in Scotland but only if the scientific evidence and advice supports it