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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.

Sherry casks have been used to age Scotch whisky for well over 200 years. But what are distillers looking for when choosing casks, and how are they able to produce specific flavours?

Is it too late to still be wishing people Happy New Year?

‘There’s a charm about Islay that captivates,’ explains Scottish newsreader John Toye.

By law, Scotch whisky must be bottled at a minimum alcoholic strength of 40% abv – and yet other spirits, such as vodka and gin, can be as low as 37.5%. How come?

The 7th Annual New York International Spirits Competition recently named Speyburn as their 2016 Speyside Distillery of the Year.

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