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M.S. Walker Buys John. L. Sullivan Irish Whiskey

M.S. Walker has today announced the re-introduction of the popular Irish whiskey brand, John L. Sullivan Irish Whiskey. After purchasing the rights to the brand from Georgetown Trading Co., M.S. Walker is rolling the whiskey, which is named after the legendary boxer of the same name, out nationwide beginning immediately. John L. Sullivan is a small batch Irish whiskey that ...

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Over 100 Spirit Of Speyside Events Sold Out In Just 24 Hours

Ticket sales for the 2018 Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival have set new records, with almost 5,000 tickets valued at £154,000 being bought within 24 hours of them being released. The early sales rush galvanizes the festival’s reputation as one of the world’s leading whisky celebrations, with 116 events completely selling out within the first day of the tickets going ...

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Teeling Releases New Vintage Reserve Single Malt

Teeling Whiskey Company has announced the special release of some of the oldest Irish Single Malt in the world. The Teeling 34-Year-Old Vintage Reserve Single Malt was distilled in 1983, aged exclusively in ex-American oak bourbon barrels and bottled at 40.9%. The whiskey’s suggested retail price is $5,000 and there are 38 bottles total. Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling ...

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Northern Kentucky Organizes A “B-Line” For Bourbon Tourism

Bourbon tourism has come to Northern Kentucky with the launch of The B-Line, an inviting collection of craft distilleries, bars and restaurants that promise visitors their own unique bourbon experience. The B-Line complements Northern Kentucky’s recent designation as an Official Gateway to the popular and world famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail while providing a boost to the region’s booming tourism industry. ...

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Isle of Arran Reopens For Visitors After Landmark 2017

The award-winning Isle of Arran Distillery visitor centre at Lochranza welcomed a record number of visitors last year. Almost 110,000 people made the journey to find ‘the Arran Waters’ in 2017 – a 6% increase on 2016 – meaning visitor numbers have more than doubled since 2012. With the Scotch Whisky Association’s most recent report estimating 1.7 million visits to ...

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