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The Spirits Business: Mjølner and Highland Park create signature whisky

Scotch whisky brand Highland Park has partnered with Australian bar operator The Speakeasy Group to release a bespoke whisky in its Mjølner venues in Sydney and Melbourne

The Spirits Business: Westward single malt whiskey makes Asia debut

American single malt whiskey brand Westward has made its first appearance in Asia and is now available to purchase in Singapore

The Spirits Business: Quick Brown Fox Coffee Liqueur launches in UK

A new coffee liqueur made without artificial ingredients has launched in the UK, called Quick Brown Fox

The Spirits Business: Pernod buys 34% stake in Myanmar whisky joint venture

French drinks group Pernod Ricard has completed its acquisition of a 34% stake in Seagram MM Holdings, a joint venture designed to produce and distribute whisky in Myanmar

The Spirits Business: Coupette partners with local creatives on new menu series

London cocktail bar Coupette has launched its Summer drinks list, which is the first in a new series of menus inspired by local creative figures

The Spirits Business: Education ‘crucial’ to growth of bitter spirits

The massive success of drinks featuring Aperol and Campari has opened the door for other bitter drinks to make their mark on the spirits world. The Spirits Business looks at the growth of aperitivos and amaros

The Spirits Business: Glencairn celebrates 15 years of consecutive growth

Crystal glassware producer Glencairn has reported its 15th consecutive year of growth after turnover reached £11.5 million (US$14.5m) in the 12 months to April 2019

The Spirits Business: Moskovskaya taps into pink trend with new vodka

Vodka brand Moskovskaya is hoping to capitalise the trend for pink gin with its latest product, a pink vodka flavoured with raspberries

The Spirits Business: Premiumisation takes tonics and mixers by storm

There was a time when there was precious little choice about which tonic you added to your spirits. But thanks to the way Fever-Tree has re-energised the category, now there are many young brands eager to grab a share of the pie

The Spirits Business: Pernod Ricard reshuffles regional executive teams

Jameson owner Pernod Ricard has made a number of executive appointments across its regional businesses as is customary at the start of the company's fiscal year

The Spirits Business: Brown-Forman CEO: ‘Craft’ not dominant in American whiskey

Brown-Forman CEO Lawson Whiting has said the predicted takeover of the American whiskey category by “craft” brands “just hasn’t come true” and many small players are going out of business in the US

The Spirits Business: Breaking Bad stars launch Dos Hombres Mezcal

Breaking Bad actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have become the latest stars to enter the agave spirits world with the launch of Dos Hombres Mezcal

The Spirits Business: ‘Craft’ gin from India enters UK market

India’s “first craft gin", distilled in copper pot stills in Goa and made with local botanicals, has made its debut in the UK

The Spirits Business: Maidstone Distillery receives planning permission

Plans to build a new distillery in the English town of Maidstone have progressed after the local council granted planning permission

The Spirits Business: Tales of wisdom for TOTC 2019

With Tales of the Cocktail just around the corner, we turn to the pros to get their tips and tricks for making it through the week, as well as their best memories from festivals gone by

The Spirits Business: SB Meets… Frank Lampen, Distill Ventures

Frank Lampen, co-founder and CEO of Diageo-owned investment unit Distill Ventures, on the potential of the non-alcoholic space, category innovation and tackling the US market

The Spirits Business: Spirit Master: Courvoisier XO

This Sunday (14 July) marks Bastille Day, the national day of France. Here, we celebrate the occasion with an award-winning XO from one of the world’s biggest Cognac brands

The Spirits Business: Gin distilled on top of Snowdon auctions for £1,085

A gin distilled at the top of Mount Snowdon in Wales has sold for £1,085 (US$1,362) at auction, with the proceeds set to go to charity

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