Dec 2nd 2022 - General news

Gateshead Whisky News 02.12.2022

That’s a wrap for 2022 festivals, Loungers! We’d like to thank you, all of our exhibitors and EVERYONE who’s helped make 2022 a massive success after challenging times during covid. We’d also like to remind you that next year’s events are now on sale!

And, as ever, here’s Connas with this weeks whisky news!

Making Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond have kicked off its new collaborative Remarkable Makers campaign with a partnership with London’s Bread Ahead bakery.

Moray Expanding!

Glen Moray have three new treasures from their award-winning Warehouse 1 Collection, each celebrating the marriage of its classic Speyside single malt with some of Europe’s most revered wine and sherry varieties. Nice…

Macallan 77!

Macallan have introduced a new expression into The Red Collection – The Macallan 77 Years Old — the first guest release to be inaugurated into the range since its launch in 2020.

Johnnie in Tweed!

Johnnie Walker Princes Street celebrated St Andrew’s Day with the launch of a highly desirable new whisky, complete with luxury packaging created in collaboration with legendary Scottish textile house, Harris Tweed Hebrides. Cool…

Ledaig Winning!

Tobermory Distillery’sLedaig 18-Year-Old has been hailed ‘Whisky of the Year’ by The Whisky Exchange. Great dram to be fair, well-done team!

Dalmore Double

Dalmore has unveiled two new limited editionwhiskies from theVintage collection: The Dalmore 2003 Vintage and The Dalmore 2007 Vintage.

Macleod Building!

Ian Macleod Distillers (IMD) is consulting on proposals for a whisky maturation warehouse scheme at Bandeath Industrial Estate in Throsk, outside Fallin. Exciting times…

Wolfcraig Blending!

Wolfcraig’s inaugural release, the Wolfcraig 30 Year Old Premium Blend, has recently become available for purchase. Looks great…

Smokehead from Tequila

Ian Macleod Distillers has released a Smokehead Islay single malt whisky finished in Tequila casks.

Waterford Resurrection!

Ireland's Waterford Distillery has bottled its first Heritage whisky, Hunter, by resurrecting a rare barley variety from a bygone era. Interesting…

And Finally…

It’s December already! How the hell did that happen so quickly! Best get the pickled onions in!

See you next week folks!



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