Mexican Whisky is a distilled beverage produced in Mexico from a fermented mash of cereal grain

Mexican Whisky is a distilled beverage produced in Mexico from a fermented mash of cereal grain (Corn and Wheat)The production and labeling of Mexican whisky are governed exclusively by The Mexican Whisky Association. Read More…

Scottish Spirits Ltd is now part of Licor Zone SA de CV the largest independent Mexican spirits producer.

Licor Zone Sa de CV also known as Licor Zone, is a Mexican multinational conglomerate headquartered in the city of Arandas, Jalisco , Mexico. It is a diversified group of businesses, that produces spirits and soft drinks.   Licor Zone […]

Ben Branson’s Seedlip founder is not the creator of the world’s first non-alcoholic spirit

Ben Branson’s Seedlip founder is not the creator of the world’s first non-alcoholic spirit. *****   The Scottish Spirits Association is investigating Seedlip for Plagiarism and deceptive advertising. In fact a major brand of alcohol […]

The Scottish Spirits Association announces that it will endorse Electronic Liquors

The Scottish Spirits Association commented today that it will endorse Electronic Liquors to help reduce alcoholism across the world. We are here to help reduce alcohol-related harm by helping people to make better choices about their drinking, […]

Seedlip drinks again under investigation for false advertising !

“Non Alcoholic Gin” War breaks out as THE SCOTTISH SPIRITS ASSOCIATION accuses again SEEDLIP of illegal promotional claim. The Scottish Spirits Association is warning consumers “not to be taken in “by SeedLip a new product […]

Copper Pot Distilled Non Alcoholic Gin- Illegal promotional claim.

BY MACIEJ HEYMAN Copper Pot Distilled Non Alcoholic Gin” War breaks out as THE SCOTTISH SPIRITS ASSOCIATION accuses SEEDLIP of illegal promotional claim. The Scottish Spirits Association is warning consumers “not to be taken in […]

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 […]