Non Scotch Barley Supplied To Scotch Whisky Distilleries, is this a Scam?

Increasing amounts of the main ingredient for Scotch are being imported….from England, Russia, France and even Poland. Scotland can’t supply all the barley needed to keep the distilleries running so maltsters are now encouraging more English, Russian, French and Polish farmers to grow grain for the Scotch whisky industry. Malting the barley involves soaking the Read more about Non Scotch Barley Supplied To Scotch Whisky Distilleries, is this a Scam?[…]

Scottish Spirits presents a new licensing program to liquor importers and promoting the local economy – AYE!

Scottish Spirits presents a new licensing program to liquor importers and promoting the local economy – AYE! Posted by admin on March 27, 2017 Scottish Spirits® trademark is registered in over 50 countries and still counting The licensing program is simple: Scottish Spirits Ltd will lend its trademark to the affiliate during a 10 years Read more about Scottish Spirits presents a new licensing program to liquor importers and promoting the local economy – AYE![…]

SWA HAILS £30BN SCOTTISH TRADE AMBITION

The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has welcomed a new strategy by the Scottish food and drink sector that aims to double the size of the total industry to £30 billion by 2030. The vision, titled Ambition 30, has been developed by the Scotland Food & Drink Partnership, an industry-led partnership of the main organisations in the Read more about SWA HAILS £30BN SCOTTISH TRADE AMBITION[…]