New Zealand’s Pokeno Whiskey believes that rising demand from younger consumers seeking new and unique flavours in their whiskey will help to drive its latest offering in markets such as Singapore and Hong Kong.
BrewDog Distilling Co is ‘on a mission to create a world-renowned Scottish spirits brand’: having announced a new portfolio, new distillery, and new CEO. The brand tells us how it intends to create ‘some serious tidal waves’ in the craft spirits industry.
Unusually for a premium whisky business Penderyn is not based in Scotland or Ireland, but in the Welsh Valleys. FoodNavigator caught up with the craft distiller to learn more about the unique nature of single malt Welsh whisky.
For 20 years, Penderyn Distillery - The Welsh Whisky Company – based in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales, has been working to bring back the spirit of the original Welsh Whisky distillery at Frongoch, near Bala, which closed more than 100 years ago due...
New alcohol regulations in Ireland could restrict signposting to whiskey distillery visitor centres and small distilleries – delivering a hefty blow to the burgeoning whiskey tourism sector, says the Irish Whiskey Association.
Brown-Forman Corp. has agreed to purchase The BenRiach Distillery Company for approximately $416m. The deal will add three Single Malt Scotch Whisky brands to Brown-Forman’s product portfolio: The GlenDronach, BenRiach, and Glenglassaugh.
Hindus have lashed out at the name of India’s first single malt whisky, according to one self-styled “statesman”, who branded Amrut—which, as amrta, is also the sacred nectar of immortality—“highly inappropriate”.
Rabobank today served up Australian wine as an object lesson for the Scotch whisky industry’s need to innovate in areas such as flavour rather than discount, to guard its prestige in times of oversupply.
CASE SALES VERSUS SCOTCH UNDERLINE POTENTIAL: JOHN QUINN, GLOBAL BRAND AMBASSADOR
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has launched a new fund – planned to deliver £500,000 over five years – to combat alcohol-related harm, as the number of middle-aged heavy drinkers surge, according to a new report.
A delegation from Scotland to India, on a trade mission to promote the country’s food and drink, has proved a hit with its whisky-loving hosts—not least with the announcement shortly afterwards that an Indian company would invest in a new malt distillery...