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‘Forgotten’ 1988 Macallan cask fetches £915,500 after global bidding war at auction
Originally Posted By www.pressandjournal.co.uk – A cask of Macallan whisky from 1988, which was forgotten about by its owner for almost 34 years, has smashed the world record after its price hit £915,500.
Whisky is the hot new thing for collectors
Originally Posted By www.moneyweek.com – Youngsters and Asians are developing a taste for firewater. Chris Carter reports.
Single malt whiskies expected to triple in price next year due to supply chain crisis
Originally Posted By www.dailyrecord.co.uk – Experts have warned Brexit, the pandemic and soaring demand have resulted in a ‘perfect storm’ hitting Scotland’s prized £5billion dram export market.
Plans submitted for new Highlands whisky distillery
Originally Posted By www.thedrinksbusiness.com – The Highland Council has received an application for a new site on the Dornoch Firth, close to where whisky was first produced more than 200 years ago.
Tree News – October 2021
Originally Posted By Trees For Life – Last week, Scotland’s highest civil court ruled in favour of our legal challenge to NatureScot’s use of beaver-killing licences.
World’s oldest single malt Scotch whisky to be auctioned off – and the proceeds will help rewild the north of Scotland
Originally Posted By www.pressandjournal.co.uk – The first bottle of the world’s oldest single malt Scotch will be auctioned off to provide a windfall for a charity’s mission to rewild the Caledonian forest.
Islay green energy plant secures funding from AMP Clean Energy
Originally Posted By Scottish Construction Now – A green energy scheme that was refused funding by the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) a few weeks ago has secured funding from London-based AMP Clean Energy, one of Europe’s top infrastructure investment groups.
Government pours £9m into distilleries to fund eco-friendly improvements
Originally Posted By Press & Journal – Distilleries across Scotland are being offered a share of nearly £9 million to help them turn green. Photo Credit: The Press & Journal
US suspends tariffs on single malt Scotch whisky
Originally Posted By The BBC – The US has agreed to suspend tariffs on UK goods including single malt whiskies that were imposed in retaliation over subsidies to the aircraft maker Airbus.
Malt Whisky Market will touch a new level in upcoming year with Top Key players like Jura, Bowmore, The Macallan, Bunnahabhain, The Balvenie, Highland Park, Aberlour Whisky
Originally Posted By The Sentinel Newspaper – The study throws light on the Malt Whisky market mainly focusing on the growth factors and even the restraining factors. The restraining factors are also provided with the best solutions which also prove to be a counteract to the drawback and help increase the market demand.