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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.
Scotch whisky exports rise by 31% – The Spirits Business
Originally Posted By NewsNation USA – The value of Scotch whisky exports was up by a third in the first half of 2021, as the industry starts to recover from the impact of Covid-19 and US tariffs.
Scotch whisky showing signs of global recovery
Originally Posted By https://www.heraldscotland.com – SCOTCH whisky exports have shown signs of recovery from the impact of Covid-19 and costly tariffs in the US, the biggest overseas market for Scotland’s national drink.
Whisky distilleries urged to use energy storage, Scots study finds
Originally Posted By www.thenational.scot -DISTILLERIES of all sizes should combine renewable energy with some form of heat or electrical energy storage, according to a new Scottish study.