Whisky News

  1. The Dalmore 12 Year Old Sherry Cask Select: Coming Soon!

    The Dalmore has revealed the latest addition to the distillery's award-winning Principal Collection: The Dalmore 12 Year Old Sherry Cask Select Highland Single Malt.
  2. Glenmorangie To Help Save The Giraffe

    The Highland Distillery is demonstrating its commitment to this endangered animal by forging a global conservation partnership to help safeguard its future.
  3. The Dalmore Releases Rare 51 Year Old Whisky

    Celebrate the very best of Dalmore with their new expression aged for 51 years.
  4. Introducing Ardbeg Traigh Bhan

    Fans of smoky malts have something to celebrate next month with the arrival of Ardbeg Traigh Bhan (pronounced ‘Tri-Van’), a brand new 19 Year Old expression from the Islay distillery.
  5. Rowers 'Pillage' West Coast Distilleries for Charity

    The BROAR team – Scottish brothers Ewan, Jamie and Lachlan MacLean – aim to be the first three brothers, and youngest trio, to row across the Atlantic Ocean for the 2019 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, the ‘world’s toughest row’
  6. The Whisky Shop Auctions Highlights

    The Whisky Shop Auction has been live for a week now and we now have over 100 bottles available to bid on! From bona fide classics, personal favourites of our experienced team and some obscure and rare expressions we’ve got bottles for every palate and budget.
  7. The Sparkle of Glencairn Crystal

    Glencairn Crystal shines as it delivers 15 consecutive years of global growth. The East Kilbride family business demonstrates its global success and resilience as it reveals it has doubled sales every five years since 2004.
  8. Glasgow’s 1770 Single Malt Wins A Trio of Gold Medals

    The Glasgow Distillery's Debut Single Malt stands tall on the international stage.
  9. Glen Scotia at Campbeltown Festival

    We recently had the pleasure of visiting Glen Scotia Distillery during the Campbeltown Festival. Take a look at what we got up to.
  10. Glenmorangie To Help Oyster Conservation

    The Glenmorangie Company, together with its partners including Scottish Natural Heritage are hosting the meeting bringing together marine scientists conservationists, administrators and oyster producers from across Europe, with the aim of developing a ‘blueprint’ for native oyster reef restoration. At least 15 European countries will be involved in these efforts.

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