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A MANAGEMENT reshuffle at whisky liqueur maker Drambuie will see chief executive Phil Parnell become a non-executive chairman next year following the retirement of the recent incumbent Richard Stone.
Three former employees of the crisis-hit Oddbins wine and spirits chain are defying the odds by opening their own high-end spirits store in Glasgow.
Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whisky and Centre for the Moving Image (CMI) has announced the launch of a new partnership including significant investment in the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF).
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has secured a milestone legal agreement under regulations introduced in 2009.
A LATE Easter dented sales of Glen Grant whisky in its key Italian and Brazilian markets but the fall didn't stop parent group Campari from posting a rise in first-quarter sales and profits yesterday.
Three bottles of a unique Scotch whisky signed by leading Scots personalities are to go under the hammer at a Glasgow-based Internet auction site.
Islay distillery Ardbeg have embarked on a novel method of promoting their whisky around Europe.
The world's biggest spirits makers, Diageo and Pernod Ricard, beat forecasts yesterday with strong sales growth in the first three months of 2011, as buoyant emerging market growth offset a weak Europe.
SCOTLAND has 16 drinks brands in the annual Power 100 ranking, only one behind the United States in first place and one more than France in third spot.
Arran's sole distillery is ramping up production as its owners raise a glass to a surge in profits and growing sales.