Whisky destined for bin fetches £830 at auction

A rare miniature bottle of Laphroaig Scotch whisky that a Glasgow couple was planning to throw in the bin has fetched £830 (US$1,100) at auction

Scotch blend from the 1850s recreated

The founder of the “world’s first stock exchange” for maturing Scotch whisky has revived his great-great-grandfather’s blended whisky dating back to the 1850s

Number of Irish distilleries doubles in two years

The number of licensed distilleries in Ireland doubled between 2014 and 2016, while Irish whiskey broke the 100-million bottle barrier last year, according to a new report

The week in pictures

Bourbon tastings, taxidermy masterclasses and the final of the IBA World Cocktail Championships 2017 – we look back at another action-packed week for the spirits industry

Patron is a Tequila – really

February 21st, 2011

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