$10,000 Glass Of Macallan Confirmed As Fake

A ?Macallan 1878? single malt sold by a Swiss hotel for $10,000 a glass is a modern fake ? a blended Scotch from the early 1970s, tests have confirmed.


Highland Park To Replace Warrior Series

Highland Park is discontinuing its Warrior Series in travel retail, and replacing it with a new range led by Highland Park Voyage of the Raven.


Seven Great Whisky Bars In Milan

?Milano da bere,? went the saying in the 1980s ? ?Milan to drink? ? and it still holds true today. But what to drink, and where? Here?s Marco Zucchetti with an indispensable guide to the Italian city?


Glengoyne 30 Year Old Earns Limited Release

Highland single malt Glengoyne has announced a limited 30-year-old release, with only 6,000 bottles, taken from 13 casks, made available each year.


The Truth About Peated Whisky And Phenols

Lovers of heavily peated whiskies typically swoon over the high phenol levels present in their favourite drams, often quoting an impressive-sounding figure in phenol parts per million (ppm). And yet w


Glen Keith Distillery Releases Single Malt

Chivas Brothers is releasing a permanent no age statement (NAS) single malt from Glen Keith distillery for the first time.

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Macallan Quest Collection For Travel Retail

Speyside single malt Macallan has unveiled a new range of four NAS (no age statement) whiskies exclusively for global travel retail: The Macallan Quest Collection.


Bourbon Takes 2018 Whisky Bible Crown

A Bourbon with a four-grain mash bill has taken the World Whisky of the Year title in Jim Murray?s Whisky Bible 2018, with Glen Grant Aged 18 Years Rare Edition retaining a place in the top three.


Apple Recipes For Autumn

No fruit is more strongly associated with autumn than the apple, in all its versatile forms and flavours. It?s a great seasonal staple in a range of savoury and sweet dishes ? and the perfect match wi


Bringing Rosebank Back To Life

First Port Ellen and Brora, now Rosebank? the vogue for reviving ?lost? distilleries continues. The Falkirk plant ? currently just an empty shell ? may be producing spirit within a couple of years und

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