Trade Secretary Liz Truss was "unable to give any comfort" to industry bosses on when President Donald Trump’s punitive tariffs on whisky and clothing will be revoked.
A “significant amount” of whisky, valued at six figures, has been stolen in a “targeted and co-ordinated theft” from a Renfrewshire yard.
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Distillers will today demand that Trade Secretary Liz Truss pulls out all the stops to save the whisky industry from damaging US tariffs.
A campaign to transform Moray Speyside into a world-class destination will advance today when "crucial" plans for the region's tourist industry are submitted to the Scottish Government.
Boris Johnson has been urged to intervene personally to persuade US President Donald Trump not to hurt "the little guy" by imposing 25% tariffs on whisky.
North-east craft distiller Lost Loch Spirits is celebrating another milestone after launching a school for would-be rivals.
It is the Scottish staple which is traditionally sipped slowly with little more than a cube of ice or dash of water added after being decanted out of a glass bottle.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday branded a 25% hike in duty on whisky heading for America "profoundly worrying" amid job fears in the north of Scotland.
One of Scotland’s leading distilleries has appointed a woman as master whisky maker for the first time in its near 200 year history.
A collection of Scotch whisky described as the most valuable to be offered at auction is expected to sell for around £4 million.
A Virginia distillery is toasting the end of a lawsuit alleging that it improperly tried to pass off American whiskey as Scotch.
A Speyside farmer has teamed up with a tour group to offer an insight into the whisky industry that is believed to be the first of its kind.
A national festival celebrating Scotland’s national drink will take place in Aberdeen for the first time next month.
A Moray distillery hopes to triple visitor numbers by spotlighting the women who pioneered the business in a package of tourist-friendly improvements.
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An artificial “tongue” which can taste subtle differences between drams of whisky could help tackle the counterfeit alcohol trade, scientists say.
The Royal Dornoch Golf Club has played its first shot into the world of malt whisky.
The Scottish whisky industry has launched a lawsuit against a US distillery for using the word "Highland" on its bottles.
A pair of north-east brothers have been given permission to transform a disused quarry into a whisky tourist destination.
Aberdeen may have been the true birthplace of Scotch whisky, according to new evidence uncovered by historians.
A Speyside business has struck a deal with Morrisons for its whisky-flavoured ice cream.
A fledgling whisky venture in Thurso has won the best in show award and a double gold medal in a major international spirits competition.
A special whisky has been launched to commemorate 10 years of the Tiree Music Festival.
Plans put forward by an online whisky auction company to build a new base of operations, including a tasting room, at an Aberdeenshire quarry have been recommended for refusal.
A Dufftown whisky shop worker was the recipient of a prestigious scholarship.
Tomatin Distillery boss Stephen Bremner expects no let-up anytime soon in global demand for single malt whiskies.
A project to revitalise an abandoned Moray farm as a whisky tourist attraction has moved a step closer to realisation.
Scotland's national whisky festival is heading to Aberdeen for the first time.
Sometimes the numbers surrounding Scotch whisky are simply breathtaking.
It's 25 year's since the UK’s then Chancellor of the Exchequer laid a whisky cask in Moray with instructions it was not to be opened until the region elected a Conservative MP.
The 20th annual Spirit of Speyside Festival came to an end yesterday, as a record-breaking number of visitors flocked to the region to attend 710 events across six days.