Members-only independent bottler, SMWS, ups its game with The Vaults Collection – a new series of prestigious whiskies.
The Macallan's new home is expected to fire up its stills later this year with the doors opening to visitors during the spring of 2018.
The first in a new series of #ConnosrAsks videos – with questions for High West Distillery from the Connosr community
We caught up with Justin Lew to learn more about High West, the challenges of distilling whiskey in Utah, and to find out what the future holds for this unique distillery.
Independent bottlers, Douglas Laing, have expanded their Remarkable Regional Malts range with a pair of limited editions – Rock Oyster 18 Year Old & Timorous Beastie 18 Year Old.
The first release in Teeling's new Brabazon Series is a sherry cask matured single malt, limited to 12,500 bottles
Whyte & Mackay launched a new blended malt last week at an event hosted by explorer Tim Jarvis – the global brand ambassador for Shackleton Whisky.
In response to speculation about this year's offerings, Diageo have revealed details for nine of the 2017 Special Releases collection.
The New York State distilling company Tuthilltown Spirits, home of the Hudson whiskey brand, has been bought by Scottish distilling giants William Grant & Sons.
The World Whiskies Awards results for 2017 have been declared with Craigellachie crowned World’s Best Single Malt.
Speyside distillery, BenRiach, releases a new expression to bolster its core range this week. Natural strength, peated malt, free from colour and chill filtration.
The expansion of Irish whiskey production shows no sign of slowing as global demand for whiskey and the appetite for Irish spirit continues.
Why is alcohol so intertwined with human culture? A recent article discusses the theory that booze helped to shape the early high civilisations.
The 2016 remake of the classic Ealing whisky comedy, Whisky Galore!, is to be released in UK cinemas this May.
This week sees the release of the "world’s oldest whisky" which can be purchased, in very small quantities, packaged in an unusual manner.
This week sees the release of a £2,000 whisky flask. It's the result of a joint venture between self-proclaimed 'disruptive Swiss watchmakers' Urwerk and Scotch Whisky distillery, The Macallan.
A scary, shape-shifting, creature is coming our way. Is that a sea monster or a new whisky from Ardbeg? You’ll need to be an Ardbeg Committee member to find out.
Just in time for the St Patrick’s Day celebrations, Ireland's oldest working distillery is to release a new blend, aimed squarely at the American whiskey drinker's palate.