This book is by the author, bartender, gin tutor and blogger Emma Stokes (aka Gin Monkey) and it was first released in October 2015 – it provides an easy way to get into cocktails!
A decade of dog. April 2017 represents 10 years since the founders of BrewDog – James Watt and Martin Dickie – started their business in the north of Scotland….the rest as they say is history…
This small batch gin made with rye grain and other botanicals is named after a battle of the Great Northern War that took place in Napue, Isokyrö, in 1714. It is produced at the Kyrö
Loch Lomond Group’s global travel retail range will now be rolled out at seven UK airports, following a successful launch in February 2017 at World Duty Free’s Glasgow Airport store.
Orlando has always been one of my favourite global travel retail (GTR)/ duty free shows but over recent years the show has seemed quieter, with a decline in numbers confirmed by the organising association for
An interview with Iain McAllister, the Glen Scotia Distillery Manager, on Campbeltown, one of the five recognised Scotch Whisky regions.
Alex Lacroix and Monica Sanita are the young entrepreneurs behind this craft luxury single estate 100% Blue Weber Agave tequila. The product is a labour of love and passion for the country from the couple
The early history of alcoholic drinks brings up different scotch whisky distilleries that could lay claim to be the World’s Oldest. There are a number of claimants and no certainty given the limited evidence, so
This is a reference book of bars from around the world as selected by some (225 or so) of the top bartenders.
courtesy of International Airport Review.