We’re perched on a significant precipice, Loungers! We’re about to be allowed to go back to (the outside of) the PUB! We’re all very excited, but by way of staying calm and mindful, why not immerse yourselves in this week’s whisky news update!

  • Brora, Brora, BRORA!

Brora will release a trio of single malts next month, aged from 38 to 48 years old, priced at £30,000 for the collection. I approve.

  • Auction Stuff!

Brora, Brora, BRORA, BRORA! If you’ve not had your fill of news from the Sutherland distillery, fear not! The team at Whisky Auctioneer have a Brora dedicated auction on the go! Nice…

  • Peak Funding!

White Peak Distillery have announced the launch of a crowd funding programme, ahead of the launch of its first single malt whisky in the autumn.

  • Buffalo Kosher

Buffalo Trace Distillery is releasing its annual supply of Kosher Whiskey, set to arrive at retail in May. Nice…

  • Early Times Renewed!

The 1792 Distillery in Bardstown will be breathing new life into the Early Times Brand later this summer. Cool…

  • Happy Retirement Catherine…

Caroline Martin, one of Diageo’s longest-serving whisky master blenders, is set to retire from the company’s Menstrie technical centre after a distinguished 35-year career in the industry. Best of luck to her!

  • Springtime for Heaven!

Heaven Hill Distillery have announced the release of their spring 2021 edition of Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon  at eight years old.

  • Jameson Flying…

Jameson have launched a new experience exclusive to travel retail – the Jameson TasteHouse in Dublin Airport! If you’re passing….

  • Black and White AND Green!

Diageo has collaborated in a successful pilot project to pioneer “the lowest carbon footprint glass bottles ever produced for a Scotch whisky brand”. Happy days!

  • And Finally…

Signs of “normality” are on the horizon as both Glengoyne and Arran have set out plans for welcoming visitors back to distilleries! Hopefully, this is that start of many more, but, as ever…


Stay safe, and we’ll see you in seven days for more Whisky News!