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Ginnovation: What does the future hold for gin?

By Rachel Arthur

Some of the more weird and wonderful innovations in gin include ant gin, meat gin, and lobster gin. Back in the mainstream, innovation has helped the category reach new consumers and revive the category - but what’s next?

Slow in the exports of Scotch

Diageo puts brakes on Scotch whisky expansion

By Nicholas Robinson

Weakening global demand for Scotch whisky could put the brakes on Diageo’s plans to upgrade its northern distilleries as part of the business’s £1bn expansion plan announced in 2007.

Martin and Claire Murray take delivery of Elizabeth, their new still for gin

Rock Rose gin from Britain’s most northern distillery

By Rick Pendrous

What is being claimed as the most northerly gin distillery on mainland Britain was commissioned last month, following the installation of a new still - christened ‘Elizabeth’ - in the custom-built distillery at Dunnet, Caithness.

Diageo sells Whyte and Mackay for £430M

Diageo to sell Whyte & Mackay for £430M

By Nicholas Robinson

Diageo’s United Spirits has agreed to sell its whisky brand Whyte & Mackay to Philippines-based brandy business Emperador for £430M, following Office of Fair Trading (OFT) concerns.

'Sexy' Irish whiskey can shake Scotch monolith: Tullamore D.E.W

CASE SALES VERSUS SCOTCH UNDERLINE POTENTIAL: JOHN QUINN, GLOBAL BRAND AMBASSADOR

'Sexy' Irish whiskey can shake Scotch monolith: Tullamore D.E.W

By Ben BOUCKLEY

The world’s second-largest Irish whiskey brand Tullamore D.E.W insists the ‘sexy’ Irish whiskey category has immense potential as a rival to 'monolithic' Scotch sales.

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