Canada spirits market ‘never been more volatile’

Canada’s spirits market is lively but volatile. With minimum pricing in effect and state-run liquor stores to deal with, plus the legalisation of cannabis around the corner, brands have to be agile to make a mark

TFWA unveils new mobile app

The Tax Free World Association has launched a new smartphone app for this year’s show in Cannes, designed to provide greater functionality for guests

Few Spirits debuts Bourbon, rye and malt blend

Chicago-based distillery Few Spirits has added a blend made with Bourbon, rye and cherry wood-smoked malt whiskeys to its portfolio, called Few American Whiskey

WSTA ‘underwhelmed’ by Brexit progress

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has stressed a ‘no deal’ Brexit “would not be acceptable” and that it has been “underwhelmed” by the UK government’s progress so far

The week in pictures

January 29th, 2016

Balblair releases 2005 vintage

January 28th, 2016

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