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The Spirits Business: Littlemill 29 Year Old joins Private Cellar Collection

Only 600 bottles of a 29-year-old single malt from silent Scotch whisky distillery Littlemill have been released globally, priced at £2,750 (US$3,426)

The Spirits Business: Patrón unveils its oldest Tequila to date

Bacardi-owned Patrón Tequila has released its oldest bottling to date: Patrón Extra Añejo 10 Años

The Spirits Business: Reyka Vodka opens ‘first’ glacier bar

Icelandic vodka brand Reyka is inviting drinks fans to explore its native country by opening the “first” bar on a glacier

The Spirits Business: Distilled Spirits Council appoints chief legal officer

US trade body the Distilled Spirits Council and Responsibility.org have appointed Courtney J Armour as chief legal officer and corporate secretary of both organisations

The Spirits Business: Trash Tiki founders open first bar

Bartenders Kelsey Ramage and Iain Griffiths, the duo behind travelling waste-reducing pop-up Trash Tiki, have opened their first permanent bar – Supernova Ballroom

The Spirits Business: Diageo strike action suspended

Strike action has been suspended across Diageo’s Scottish operations after both Unite and GMB Scotland unions came to an agreement with the Johnnie Walker maker last night

The Spirits Business: Diageo Scotland strike action suspended after new offer

Strike action has been suspended across Diageo’s Scottish operations after both Unite and GMB Scotland unions came to an agreement with the Johnnie Walker maker last night

The Spirits Business: A drink with… John Rempe, Lux Row Distillers

John Rempe, the head distiller and master blender at Louisville's Lux Row Distillers, on living on a working distillery and his focus on innovation

The Spirits Business: Mucha Liga Tequila makes UK debut with Gravity Drinks

London-based drinks distributor Gravity Drinks has released a new Tequila range in the UK, called Mucha Liga

The Spirits Business: Eastside Distilling buys Azuñia Tequila for $14.7m

Portland-based Eastside Distilling has expanded its spirit portfolio with the acquisition of Azuñia Tequila from Intersect Beverage in a deal worth approximately US$14.7 million

The Spirits Business: Rémy Martin to discontinue VSOP Mature Cask Finish

Cognac house Rémy Martin will discontinue its VSOP Mature Cask Finish expression while reverting back to the black frosted bottle design for its VSOP variant

The Spirits Business: Gordon’s Gin celebrates 250th anniversary

Diageo-owned Gordon’s Gin has created two commemorative cocktails to celebrate 250 years since it was created by founder Alexander Gordon in 1769

The Spirits Business: Brown-Forman CEO on tariffs: ‘We are most affected company’

In the face of American whiskey tariffs, president and CEO Lawson Whiting tells The Spirits Business that the group is becoming more open to taking risks as it enters a new chapter in its story of global growth

The Spirits Business: Basketball star Michael Jordan launches Tequila

Former basketball star Michael Jordan has partnered with fellow sporting entrepreneurs to launch Cincoro Tequila

The Spirits Business: Hayman’s moves into rum with Charles Merser & Co

Gin producer Hayman’s has launched what it claims is London’s first rum blending house for more than a century, called Charles Merser & Co

The Spirits Business: Wetherspoon chairman hits out at ‘elite remainers’

Pro-Brexit JD Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin has slammed “elite remainers” after announcing his pub chain’s annual profits tumbled by 4.5%

The Spirits Business: Patrón’s Applbaum joins ‘wellness’ cannabis group

Lee Applbaum, the former chief marketing officer for Patrón and Grey Goose, has joined global cannabis firm Surterra Wellness

The Spirits Business: Cocktail stories: Unlikely Negroni

New York bar Dante has turned the classic bitter gin cocktail on its head with a recipe that includes flavours from Southeast Asian cuisine

The Spirits Business: Diageo workers prepare to strike

Johnnie Walker owner Diageo faces serious disruption to its Scottish operations from tomorrow (17 September) as workers prepare to strike over pay disputes

The Spirits Business: Diageo Scotland workers prepare to strike

Johnnie Walker owner Diageo faces serious disruption to its Scottish operations from tomorrow (17 September) as workers prepare to strike over pay disputes

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