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.
A whisky company is to create a native oyster reef near its Highland home to enhance marine biodiversity a century after oysters were fished to extinction
Increasing the tax on whisky would show the UK Government does not care about Scotland, according to a majority of Scots.
A rare bottle of whisky has sold for a world record £848,750 at auction.
A bottle of whisky, thought to be the world’s most valuable, is going under the hammer.
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 92-year-old whisky considered to be the world’s most rare and valuable dram is going under the hammer next month.
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.
The third annual Spirit of Speyside: Distilled Festival will take place next weekend, with the majority of whisky’s big-name brands poised to make an appearance.
Days after its sale brought one corner of Moray to a standstill, a bottle of the Macallan Genesis Limited Edition has been put up for auction.
It has been decades since a single bottle of whisky flowed from the stills at Moray’s historic Dallas Dhu distillery.
As diners we often get stuck in a restaurant rut. We visit the same places, we order the same food from our favourite cafes’ menu, and on some occasions, even sit at the same table!
A bottle of rare whisky is expected to fetch up to £900,000 when it goes under the hammer later this year.
Police were forced to close a road yesterday for safety reasons after hundreds of whisky enthusiasts flocked to a distillery to buy a limited edition bottle of Scotland’s favourite drink.
Police were forced to close a road after an influx of whisky collectors headed to a distillery desperate to get their hands on a limited edition bottle.
Police were forced to close a road near the Macallan distillery in Moray this morning as hundreds flocked to the area to buy a rare bottle a whisky.
A whisky so rare that even the angels have barely had their share will be auctioned off this week.
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.
A nuclear bunker built in Moray in order to protect military forces at the height of the Cold War is to be opened to the public for the first time.
The chairman of the Moray Malt Whisky Trail has welcomed news that the industry enjoyed a record-breaking year in 2017.
Thousands already make their way to the heart of the Scottish whisky industry each year but the Scottish Government is being urged to make Moray more visitor friendly.
Whisky distilleries around Scotland welcomed a record 1.9 million visitors last year, figures out today show.
More than 750 Chinese colleagues of a leading Scotch Whisky producer enjoyed an excursion to Speyside to experience some Scottish heritage and hospitality.