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Jan 19, 2018
The lone wolf dies but the pack survives: 5 reasons why a good leader should believe in teamworkArray
Dec 14, 2017
Whisky market is getting more inclusive, says Lukasz Dynowiak, IBHL's global ambassadorWomen and young drinkers in particular are increasingly drawn to the top-end of the whisky market
Nov 16, 2017
Paris thieves get frisky with whisky, loot rare bottles worth $800 mn from famous LMDW liquor storeA group of thieves targetted one of France's La Maison du Whisky store near the upscale Champs-Élysées in Paris and made their way through $800,000 worth whisky
Sep 22, 2017
Scientists develop handheld device that can detect counterfeit alcohol while still in the bottleSpatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SORS) devices give highly accurate chemical analysis of objects beneath concealing surfaces, such as glass bottles.
Aug 19, 2017
Allied Blenders & Distillers No. 2 in global liquor ranking; How Kishore Chhabria made it to the listThe brand is placed second only to South Korea’s Soju-Jinro, which continues to top the chart.
Jul 23, 2017
How the Rampur Indian Single Malt came to be known as another 'Kohinoor' from IndiaFrom the dusty roads of Rampur to the glitzy shelves of Las Vegas, this single malt from India travelled quite a distance — literally and figuratively — to announce itself to the world of liquor.
Jul 16, 2017
Amrut: The story of the first Indian single malt to cause a stir in the world of whiskyHow did Amrut Single Malt become the world's third best whisky?
Jul 09, 2017
The success story of the Indian single malt offers whisky lovers reason to cheer‘Spirited’ Indians have challenged the Scots with various brands of home-grown single malts and walked away with trophies
Jun 16, 2017
Father's Day 2017: Five ideas for what to gift your dad on his special dayMake this Father's Day special for your dad and choose from our options of the best gifts for the occasion
Dec 02, 2015
The 'water of life': Whisky distilling takes off in GermanyMost German distilleries are run by individuals who simply love making (and testing) whisky. A few have spent tens of thousands of euros on their distilleries, leaving them in debt with friends and banks so they can fulfil their dream of making their own spirit.