Nacho in ‘great spirits’ on road to recovery

Nacho Novo is in ‘great spirits’ as he continues to recover from a suspected heart-attack, according to his girlfriend Stephanie Heaney. The former Rangers striker took ill on Saturday after featuring for a team of ex-Ibrox stars at the AOK Traditionsmasters tournament in Berlin. Staff at Novo’s NN10 bar in Glasgow announced that the Spaniard Read more about Nacho in ‘great spirits’ on road to recovery[…]

Why Scottish gin should be made in Scotland

Herald View: Why Scottish gin should be made in Scotland There is a reason why you want your ham to be from Parma, your pastie from Cornwall and your black pudding from Stornoway. These EU protected status products are a real guarantee of quality. They are also a reassuring reminder that our food and drink Read more about Why Scottish gin should be made in Scotland[…]

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?[…]

So Easy to Destroy a Reputation !

Karen Comment : Are you aware that the S.W.A.  is paying the medias such as : www.cultmoo.com , www.huffingtonpost.com  , www.thegrayreport.com to destroy the reputation of some liquors companies that are successful… It’s not fair !   To me it seems that the word “Slander” is a normal course of action at SWA and I think  these acts are too Read more about So Easy to Destroy a Reputation ![…]

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![…]