Isle of Raasay Distillery is expanding its facilities in advance of the launch of its first single malt whisky next year.
North-east craft distiller Lost Loch Spirits is celebrating another milestone after launching a school for would-be rivals.
Aberdeen's Music Hall played host to the National Whisky Festival as hundreds gathered to sample the best spirits in Scotland.
A Speyside business has struck a deal with Morrisons for its whisky-flavoured ice cream.
Tomatin Distillery boss Stephen Bremner expects no let-up anytime soon in global demand for single malt whiskies.
Nearly 200 rare and exclusive whiskies from across Scotland are due to go under the hammer in Speyside next month.
Plans were yesterday unveiled for a new £6.5million visitor attraction in Moray.
Drink giant Diageo has given people living near two of its distilleries a first glimpse of plans to transform their visitor facilities as part of its £150 million investment in whisky tourism.
A Moray castle which was declared unsafe for public access more than 15 years ago is being given a major refurbishment.
Exports of Scotland’s national drink have reached a record value of £4.7 billion – despite ongoing Brexit concerns.
An iconic whisky festival is celebrating its 20th birthday in style this year.
Growing demand for its Scotch helped Diageo to higher profits and sales during the final six months of 2018.
Plans to construct the first whisky distillery on Barra are moving ahead with the launch of a £1.5 million community shares offer.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has used a leap of more than 10% in the value of international sales to press its case for a duty freeze on Scotland’s national drink in its domestic market.
Whisky specialist Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) has unveiled record results for a year that saw it raise £8 million through bulk sales of single malt to help finance the building of its planned new distillery.
A whisky considered to be the world’s most rare and valuable dram is going under the hammer next week.
An auction of more than 140 whiskies from across Scotland took place in Moray yesterday.
A woman who helped a major drinks company set up its first distillery in Moray in more than 30 years will now turn her expertise to the region's annual whisky festival.