This comes courtesy mostly of ForwardKeys who work to predict future travel patterns by crunching and analysing +17M booking transactions a day. They monitor and anticipate traveller arrivals and stays ahead of the trends and Jérôme Goldberg
Unfortunately, there is a growing movement by airlines in particular, to push for higher restrictions on the consumption of alcohol for travelling passengers. This is mainly due to a very disruptive minority of passengers transiting
Hackadram is a unique and new opportunity being created by William Grant & Sons to define the future of spirits around the world. Interested to know more? Read on…
The Inside the Cask blog has been a passion of mine since its inception in 2016, and the number of visitors to the site and subscribers to the blog continues to grow. A big thank
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with their friends and family during this special time of the year. To celebrate, I have highlighted some examples of Christmas trees from the Drinks
The full book title is Whisky Rising: The Definitive Guide to the Finest Whiskies and Distillers of Japan and this book does not disappoint in the sheer level of detail and insight it provides, it is very
This family owned distillery based in Lahti is the largest distillery in Finland, producing over 100,000 litres of new spirit every year. Although it has been in place since 2002, I first came across it
Anyone that knows me will be fully aware that I am fanatical about Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense! After winning the Copa Libertadores (the Champions League for South American clubs) for the third time in our
I have contributed to the December 2017 issue of Duty Free News International (DFNI) magazine on the topic of craft spirits. The full version is available here on this blog.
The “noble experiment” of national prohibition of alcohol was repealed on this date, 84 years ago. This was a constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages which run from 1920 to 1933.