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Amrut Relees World’s First Ever Multi-wood Barrel Single Malt Whisky

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Amrut releases world’s first ever multi-wood barrel Single Malt Whisky – Amrut Spectrum Amrut Distilleries, Bangalore known the world over for their popular single malts such as the Fusion, Naarangi, Herald and Greedy Angels have launched the Amrut Spectrum ® single malt, the first ever whisky in the world to be produced in a custom …

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Heartwood wins Jim Murray award!

  Every year Whisky guru Jim Murray releases his whisky “bible”, and crowns the worlds best whiskies and whiskeys in varying classes from around the world – this year, Tasmanian Independant Bottler and master whisky tinkerer “Heartwood Malt Whisky” owned by Tim Duckett, has claimed the 2016 Southern Hemisphere Whisky of the Year award. Adding …

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Tullibardine Distillery in Perthshire, has announced the launch of its oldest release to date as part of its new premium Custodian Whisky Collection; the 1952 Custodian Whisky Aged for 60 years, this latest release which is limited to just 70 bottles and priced at £20,000 is being targeted at whisky connoisseurs and collectors across the …

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World Whiskies Awards

Sullivans Cove was named best craft distillery outside the United Kingdom. Sullivans Cove owner Patrick Maguire said the award, which came after the distillery won world’s best whisky last year, had cemented Tasmania’s reputation internationally. “This has told me that the outside world and the giants of the whisky distilling industry have accepted what we’re doing …

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Mortlach Special Strength is travel exclusive

Diageo has launched a limited edition Mortlach single malt Scotch whisky especially for travel retail. Mortlach, dubbed “the beast of Dufftown”, is a ‘best-kept secret’ among those in the know and previously released, limited quantities have been snapped up by enthusiasts. After decades as a single malt used by blenders in some of the world’s …

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Sullivans Cove American Oak named Liquid Gold

Sullivans Cove, Tasmania’s world leading luxury single malt whisky, has been awarded a coveted Liquid Gold award in Jim Murray’s 2015 Whisky Bible. Sullivans Cove American Oak Cask HH0047 scored 95.5/100, the highest score ever achieved by an Australian whisky in this year’s bible. This is an exceptional achievement for the distillery’s American Oak variety …

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Jameson unveils its 5th annual limited edition bottling

Jameson, has unveiled its fifth annual limited edition bottle as it gears up for St. Patrick’s Day 2015. Designed by award-winning, Dublin-based illustrator, Steve Simpson, the bottle forms the flagship of Jameson’s much-anticipated ‘Hello Dublin’ celebrations in Dublin and around the world this March. Simpson’s innovative design captures the soul, warmth and wit of the …

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Work officially begins on new Macallan distillery

Edrington has marked the official start of works on its iconic new distillery and visitor centre for The Macallan. The Macallan is one of the core brands of Edrington, one of Scotland’s premier producers and distributors of global spirits brands. Edrington Chief Executive, Ian Curle was joined on site at The Macallan estate in Speyside …

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Famed Islay Distillery Names Latest Whisky “Ardbog”

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The famed peat bogs of the Hebridean island of Islay are set to be celebrated after it was announced Ardbeg, the Ultimate Islay Malt, has named its new whisky… Ardbog. Ardbog follows the highly acclaimed 2012 Limited Edition Ardbeg Galileo, which scooped the ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ at the World Whisky Awards 2013. Ardbeg – …

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Tasmanian Whisky Newsletter – Christmas 2012

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Welcome to the first quarterly Tasmanian Whisky Newsletter! 2012 has been a fantastic year for Tassie whisky, read on to see why and what treats lie in store for 2013! SULLIVANS COVE 2012 – WHAT A YEAR! Sullivans Cove and Tassie whisky in general have had a helluva year. Sullivans Cove landed somewhat of a …

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