Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard today announced that Barry Crockett, Master Distiller of Jameson Irish Whiskey, will retire this March,
The Macallan single malt whisky, distributed by Maxxium UK, has reported strong sampling figures after attending its third art show.
This year, The Glenlivet Single Malt, in association with Country Life, is in search of our national landscapes’ most treasured elements,
Edinburgh based Wemyss Malts is delighted to announce the recent appointment of a new regional sales manager, Jacqueline Sutherland.
MacDuff International are delighted to announce the first new addition to the Islay Mist range in almost 10 years.
The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show team are very pleased to announce that the UK’s biggest and best whisky show will be returning to London's Vinopolis for a third year
On the 31st of January 2013 anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky is releasing an addition to its core range, anCnoc 22 Year Old
The new Wolfburn distillery, situated just 350m from the site of the original 19th Century Thurso site, has been successfully commissioned
Edinburgh based boutique Spirits Company Wemyss Malts is delighted to announce the release of their latest single cask single malt whiskies.
You feel someone's fingers covering your eyes. From behind. Then you hear a voice asking,
Glen Garioch’s New Year is off to a flying start as a series of exclusive single malt whiskies hand-selected by the World Duty Free Group hit the shelves this January.
The first criminal case in China against someone misusing the description 'Scotch Whisky' has been concluded.
Just in time for colder weather, Buffalo Trace Distillery offers a solution to your winter chills.
Master of Malt Announces the Release of ‘Boxes Blend’ from Athlete bassist Carey Willetts
Cutty Sark Tam o' Shanter 25 year old is a very special bottling which takes its name from Robert Burns' masterpiece,
Some days start like any other and then some days stay boring and others become pretty awesome,
More from the feature on whisky bloggers this time from Sunny Somerset and the Somerset Whisky Blog and it's owner Steve Prentice.
The first release from the Abbey Whisky Rare Casks series was the brilliant Caperdonich 17 Year Old which i reviewed here and if that whisky is anything to go by the second release in the Rare Casks s
Yesterday, (Saturday 20 January 2013) New Zealand Prime Minister John Key returned 3 bottles of more than 100 year-old whisky to the Antarctic Heritage Trust in Antarctica
More from the feature on whisky bloggers from around the world this time we travel back to sunny Durham and chat to Danny Williamson.