A record number of people visited Scotch whisky distilleries in the last year, according to new figures.
Three brothers who plan to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic have launched their boat in Loch Lomond.
A project to revitalise an abandoned Moray farm as a whisky tourist attraction has moved a step closer to realisation.
Exported goods from Scotland to the European Union have increased in value by 18.6% in the last financial year, according to Treasury figures.
Scotland's national whisky festival is heading to Aberdeen for the first time.
Sometimes the numbers surrounding Scotch whisky are simply breathtaking.
Plans to grow the Scotch whisky industry while ensuring its environmental sustainability have been set out at the sector’s annual conference.
Plans to strengthen and grow the Scotch whisky industry over the next three decades will be at the heart of the sector’s annual conference.
VIDEO: Former Chancellor of Exchequer Kenneth Clarke returns to Speyside distillery to open cask he laid 25 years ago
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.
A Speyside village is toasting success after raising nearly £38,500 selling whisky at auction.
Four whisky legends were singled out for special recognition at the opening dinner of the 20th Spirit of Speyside Festival on Wednesday night.
As glasses are raised across the north-east and Moray for the Spirit of Speyside festival, work continues on grand plans to celebrate the illicit history of Scotland’s national drink and its connection to one of Scotland’s most remote communities.
Thousands of people are expected to descend on Speyside in the coming days to celebrate its whisky heritage.
Whisky has grown its impact on the Scottish and UK economies by 10% in three years, new figures from the industry show.
For the 20th consecutive year, the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival starts on Wednesday, May 1, running through to Monday, May 6, for an extra-long weekend of tours, sightseeing, history -and of course whisky!
Taiwan is proving to be a lucrative export market for the Scotch whisky of South African-owned Distell International.
It's a festival of Scotch, but there is much more than just the country's national drink on the menu at a major new event.
Nearly 200 rare and exclusive whiskies from across Scotland are due to go under the hammer in Speyside next month.
Standing on the beach at Sandend Bay, watching the sun set while sipping a Glenglassaugh dram of rare cask release I’d poured myself was, for me, one of those “life doesn’t get much better than this” moments.
The founder of the world’s first 100% community-owned, fully sustainable distillery is toasting a major milestone in its development after handing over the running of the business to its manager.
A whisky infused “Scotch Cross Bun” created for Easter will be on sale in New York and London this weekend.
I have tried manfully to avoid any mention of Brexit in these columns. However, its implications are so worrying for all sections of the UK and Scottish economies that it really can’t be avoided.
The first new distillery on Islay since 2005 has been officially opened.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson is to look at setting up a task force to encourage the transportation of whisky distilled in the north and north-east by rail.
An island whisky distillery has announced plans to install its own on-site malting operation as part of a multimillion-pound infrastructure investment - safeguarding 80 jobs.
An island whisky distillery has announced plans to install its own on-site malting operation as part of multimillion-pound infrastructure investment.
Plans were yesterday unveiled for a new £6.5million visitor attraction in Moray.
Aberdeen FC have lost a legal battle with a sherry producer over the name of its official Scotch whisky.
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 crafts drinks retailer has become the latest business to close in a Deeside town.
A Moray castle which was declared unsafe for public access more than 15 years ago is being given a major refurbishment.