Regardless of where the whiskey is made, or which family generation is in charge, the family motto remains the same as when Pappy first started the business. “At a profit if we can, at a loss if we must, but always fine bourbon.”
The latest addition to Top Shelf International’s Australian spirits portfolio is set to shake up the vodka market this summer. From the silo to the serve, it’s vodka the Australian way.
“I know the spirits industry like so many industries will continue to search for ways to find efficiencies and rightly so, but I just hope this level of automation is not the future for the bigger single malt scotch whisky distilleries.” David Spanton talks automation in the scotch world.
ecoSPIRITS has welcomed one of Australia’s leading craft spirit producers to the low-carbon, low-waste distribution technology in Australia.
SouthTrade International is proud to announce that two whiskeys produced by the Sazerac Company, Stagg Jr. (128.4 proof) and Paul John Mithuna, have been named the second and third finest whiskeys in the world.
Wolf Lane Distillery is the sister venue to Three Wolves, Cairns’ first whisky and cocktail bar, and is run by three mates who moved from Sydney to the far north looking for a sea change
The DNA of Glen Grant distillery, if you ask master distiller Dennis Malcolm, is tradition and innovation. Established in 1840 by brothers John and James Grant, the distillery and its grounds are without doubt the most spectacular we’ve seen.
It’s likely that Glenfiddich was the first ever single malt you tasted. The distillery began distilling on Christmas Day in 1887, adding The Balvenie distillery in 1892, and five generations later they’re still going
There is quite the modern operation going on at The Glenlivet. They’ve got 26 stills running, and 32 wooden washbacks, and they’re using a liquid yeast for a fermentation process