Originally Posted By www.scottishdailyexpress.co.uk By: John Glover – With the biggest changes to the UK’s alcohol duty system in 140 years expected next year, the Treasury has said there will be no changes to the current rates until August 2023 at the earliest.
Originally Posted By www.kedglobal.com By: Kyeong-je Han – As whisky became more popular in Korea, the amount of whisky imported for 10 months until October this year increased about 62% compared to the same period last year.
Originally Posted By www.bbc.co.uk By: Magnus Bennett, BBC Scotland News – Having launched a social media campaign in 2018 to challenge “stereotypical perceptions” around who makes and drinks whisky, she has created a non-profit organisation called OurWhisky Foundation to “support and empower” women in the industry.
Originally Posted By www.gov.uk Image credit: carloscastilla – At a visit to Glenkinchie Distillery, Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch has today [13 October] announced that the UK has unlocked markets over £100 million for UK alcohol companies.
A million bottles of whisky set to sail from Scotland to Far East after game-changing new trade route opens up – Angus Robertson MSP
Originally Posted By www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com – Image credit © Andrew Milligan/PA – Already Scotland has won the most foreign direct investment of any part of the UK outside London.
Such a high level of sustained growth meant that the rare whisky market out-performed precious gems, vintage cars, premier cru wines, fine art and stock markets.
New research has shown that during the current economic climate, many Brits have lost trust in several traditional means of investment.
Originally Posted By www.ft.com – Image credit © Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert – Private collector in Asia buys single malt from 1975 for more than its Ardbeg distillery was sold for.