A Speyside distillery is preparing to release the oldest whisky ever bottled on its historic site.
Since its premiere on our screens almost eight years ago, fantasy drama series Game of Thrones has become a worldwide phenomenon.
Registration for one of Speyside's premier sporting events has now opened, with locals and visitors from around the world invited to take part.
It's all about putting the dram into drama.
The northern town of Wick may seem like several worlds away from the Manhattan apartment owned by Jon Pfeil and Anna Gallagher.
Whisky is synonymous with New Year in Scotland, so there really is no better way to toast the year ahead than with a dram of your choosing.
A £50 million investment in infrastructure in Arbroath and Inverness will allow an additional 100,000 tonnes of Scottish barley destined for the burgeoning distilling trade to be malted within the country’s borders by 2022.
Rare whisky experts have estimated that more than £40m-worth of fake product is on the secondary market for antique bottles of Scotland’s national drink.
Tests have found 21 bottles of “rare Scotch whisky” thought to be worth around £635,000 are modern fakes.
The north-east food and drink sector is bracing itself for a hit in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A whisky honouring a Scot who was “instrumental” in modernising Japan will be re-released to mark the anniversary of his death.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
An Aberdeenshire woman has become the first female in the Scotch whisky industry to be inducted into the Whisky Magazine's Hall of Fame.
A Moray whisky company has been recognised for its portfolio of exclusive single malt whiskies at the Spirits Business 2018 Design and Packaging Masters.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has given its support to Theresa May’s Brexit deal and warned MPs that rejecting it will create “considerable uncertainty”.
An agreement that removes trade barriers made between the EU and Canada has been welcomed by the Scotch whisky industry.
French drinks giant La Martiniquaise-Bardinet has swooped to buy one of Scotland’s most iconic whisky brands.
More than 70 businesses have expressed an interest in breathing new life into a historic Moray distillery.
A Moray distillery and visitor centre has been given a five-star rating from VisitScotland.
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.
A marathon with a special Speyside twist attracted international visitors on Saturday as over a thousand people took part in the second annual Dramathon.
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.
The Duke of Rothesay dedicated a dram of his 70th birthday whisky to his future grandchild yesterday.
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.
A Moray distillery that lay dormant for more than a decade has now gained five-star approval from Visit Scotland.
Bottles of an “incredibly rare” Moray single malt will be sold to mark the 20th anniversary of a distillery and raise more than £500,000 for charity.
Whisky tourism in Scotland is at an all-time high with figures showing that distilleries around the country welcomed a record 1.9million visitors last year.
A man from Kenya emerged victorious in one of the more unique attractions at the celebration of Scottish produce.
Whisky enthusiasts from across the globe flocked to Elgin Town Hall at the weekend for the third annual Spirit of Speyside: Distilled festival.
Moray’s finest food and drink brands will take centre stage today as the third annual Spirit of Speyside: Distilled event kicks-off.
Bottles of whisky which brought a corner of Moray to a standstill have gone under the hammer - selling for more than 10 times their retail price.