Whisky

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Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has revealed its refreshed Edinburgh Castle whisky recipe, packaging design and bottle shape, introducing a modern edge to the landmark Scotch.

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The chief ex­ec­u­tive of the Scotch Whisky As­so­ci­a­tion, Mark Kent, discusses the current state and future aspirations of the Scotch whisky industry, the challenges it has faced and its potential to create profit and support other related sectors. Across more tha

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BrewDog Distilling Co’s first ever whisky cask sale has broken a new record to become Whisky hammer's best performing whisky cask auction to date.

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Scotch whisky specialist Hunter Laing has revealed record pre-tax profits of £7.3 million for the year ended 30 April 2022, up from £5.5m in 2021, in its latest accounts. The Glasgow-based firm achieved sales growth of 15% to £18.3m, up from 15.8m. International sales reached &poun

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Scottish carbon negative distillery, BrewDog Distilling Co, has announced their first whisky cask sale. Going live this month, the maverick spirits company steps up their whisky innovation programme, with the chance to own a cask of their inaugural single malt and single grain whisky, from the newly

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Global demand for fine and rare single malt Scotch whisky has continued to drive up both the volume and value of auction sales as investors flock to the alternative asset, according to a new report by investment bank Noble & Co. Noble & Co worked with data science business Brainnwave to coll

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Eden Mill Distillery has begun offering single malt enthusiasts an opportunity to invest in one of 300 unique casks and join 'The 1655 Club', as the distillery resumes single malt production with the opening of the new site on the banks of the Eden Estuary in St Andrews. The carefully selected casks

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A planning application to build the smallest Islay distillery has been given the go-ahead after receiving unanimous approval from councillors. The project is being developed by Alan Higgs Architects on behalf of client Geararch Farm. The enterprise is named 'ili', the oldest name for Islay, and "is

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