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A 60-year-old bottle of Mortlach single malt, distilled in 1938 and bottled in 1999, could fetch up to £20,000 when it is auctioned by Sotheby’s next week.

09 October 2017 by Richard Woodard

Many whisky drinkers have long maintained that whisky tastes better with the addition of a little water – and now there is a scientific basis for their belief.

A rare bottle of Dalmore 62-year-old single malt whisky – one of only 12 originally released in 2002 – is expected to make up to £50,000 when it is auctioned later this month.

The Naked Grouse has been relaunched as a blended malt designed for ‘older millennials’ and will no longer form part of The Famous Grouse family of blended Scotch whiskies

Benromach has unveiled its first triple distilled single malt, joining a select group of Scotch whisky distilleries to use a three-stage process.   

Speyside single malt Glenrothes has been bought back by previous owner Edrington from wine and spirits merchant Berry Bros & Rudd for an undisclosed sum.

Eagle-eyed whisky drinkers will have noticed inconsistencies with the spellings of ‘whisky’ or ‘whiskey’ from one region to another.

Ronnie Cox and Scotch whisky go back 40 years and seven generations.

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