Whisky

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Chivas Brothers, the Scotch whisky business of Pernod Ricard, has seen a significant increase in global demand for Scotch, as net sales rose by 25% in the full year ending July 2022. The rise in net sales was derived from both mature markets, which rose by 16% and emerging markets, which saw an incr

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A Speyside-based whisky experiences business, CopperCairn, has secured £20,000 in funding to take its bespoke tasting tours to the next level. CopperCairn first came to life in October 2020 after entrepreneur Mitch Bechard decided to leave behind his career as a global whisky ambassador for Wi

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A planning application for the redevelopment of an industrial site has been submitted to City of Edinburgh Council, with plans to invest £150 million into the industrial site. The Royal Elizabeth Bond Ltd has already carried out a pre-planning public consultation with the Queensferry &

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A Stirling glassmaking firm has secured a £500,000 order to supply its whisky-based gifts to duty free outlets across Asia. The company, Angel's Share Glass, has signed a three-year deal with Chinese importers Hainan Silverwing International to produce their giftware range – including th

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A planning application has been submitted with Argyll and Bute Council for a new £4.5m whisky distillery by Campbeltown Loch. The company, Dál Riata, owns the Campbeltown site and has proposed various works in its mixed application for a distillery, visitor centre, shop and se

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The Glendronach Distillery, located in the Valley of Forgue in Aberdeenshire, is set for a £30 million expansion to help meet increased demand. Brown-forman, the owner of the distillery, revealed that the investment follow a tripling in demand for the distillery's single malts since Glendronac

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Diageo's interim results reported an 18.4% rise in pre-tax profit to £4.4 billion and net sales reached £15.5bn for H1. The growth in profit and sales is largely attributed to price increases and to consumers shifting away from wine and beer opting to buy more premium spirits -

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Edrington Group, the owner of The Macallan and Famous Grouse whisky brands, has seen its profits rise by 58% in the 12 months to March 2022. The firm's profits before tax came in at £271 million, while it benefitted from a 45% increase in core revenue to £821.2m and a 53% rise in core co

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Loch Lomond Distillers has seen its turnover rise by 38% to £84.8 million in the twelve months to September 30 2021. The firm, which owns the Loch Lomond, Glen Scotia and Littlemill single malts, hailed its long-term investment in its brands as successful, as it announced the news.

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