The first spirit other than whisky to come out of Glenfarclas, one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries, has gone on sale at Harrods for £1,300 a bottle.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
A north-east distillery has raised a glass in toast to a double success after winning two accolades in the region’s annual tourism Oscars.
Plans to build the UK’s most northerly whisky distillery are progressing after an investment drive was launched to raise around £4.5 million for the project based on the island of Unst.
Whisky firm William Grant and Sons is working on £30-million-plus plans to expand Glenfiddich Distillery.
A competition has been launched for school children to create a unique Harris Tweed design for the island’s only distillery.
Whisky giant Whyte and Mackay is to cut 21 jobs - a fifth of the workforce - at its Invergordon distillery as it implements a £15 million modernisation programme.
Visitors to the Highland’s oldest working distillery have increased by more than a third in the last year as Scottish whisky tourism takes off.
The community-owned Ross-shire distillery, GlenWyvis, has launched a new gin and unveiled fresh branding for its products.
The new boss of Tomatin Distillery, near Inverness, is toasting sales success in the USA and Germany, as well as the UK, after achieving double digit annual growth.
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A north-east distillery is to be used to inspire businesses to consider developing within food tourism across the region.
The parent company of whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail has announced plans for a new multi-million-pound distillery near Grantown which it expects to become a “significant local employer” and tourist attraction.
Ambitious £10million plans to build the first distillery on the Hebridean island of South Uist in 174 years – just a stone’s throw from the setting of Whisky Galore – have been unveiled.
As whisky producers go, it certainly does its bit per square foot.
A new community-owned distillery has joined the campaign to fight parking charges in Dingwall.
She was a trailblazer in an industry which has traditionally been dominated by men.
Construction of a new pipeline bringing a continual, year-round gas supply to a Speyside distillery has been completed a month ahead of schedule.
Glenmorangie has marked 175 years of whisky creation with the announcement of plans for a new still house in the Highlands.
A couple who started off distilling gin as a hobby from their garden shed have grown it into a successful business which is now employing two members of staff.
A family-run craft distillery in Aberdeenshire has just celebrated the launch of its second product.
A whisky distillery worker has been banned from driving for three years after getting behind the wheel while more than five times the legal alcohol limit.
Pirates are usually associated with the Caribbean but one Orcadian seadog will have his name branded on the newest alcoholic offering from the islands’ first rum distillery.
The family-owned Moray firm behind the world’s best-selling single malt whisky saw turnover and profits rocket after core brands did well during 2016.
A Moray distillery’s flagship product has picked up another international award.
Moray Council has approved plans to rejuvenate a rural community by creating a distillery and heritage centre, which celebrates its role in the birth of the whisky industry.
A start-up craft distillery on Royal Deeside is claiming at least one and possibly two innovative firsts after producing its first bottles of a spirit once banned because of its “dangerous” reputation.
The community group behind plans to build a new distillery in Moray have marked a milestone in the development by releasing images of a whisky-themed play area.
Whisky bosses have raised their glasses to councillors' approval of an extension of car parking at Talisker's distillery at Carbost on Skye.
Plans to revive a rural Moray community by capitalising on its whisky heritage have been boosted by the appointment of a new manager to lead the project.
Residents of a Highland town have alleged that an "angel's share fungus" from a local distillery has damaged scores of homes and cars.
Residents of an English village have objected to plans for a nearby whisky distillery - because it looks too "Scottish".