News and Articles About Whiskey
WhistlePig founder Raj Peter Bhakta may lose his whiskey farm to the very investors that helped it grow.
Japan's Suntory Holdings is taking one small, historic step for cocktail connoisseurs everywhere.
There's a noticeable resurgence of bourbon and Tennessee whiskey in the alcoholic beverage market, as mass-market beers and vodkas decline in sales.
The Nelson brothers were staggered to discover on a country drive one day that their great-great-great grandfather owned and operated one of the largest whiskey distilleries in pre-Prohibition America.
In fact, not a single Scotch whiskey even managed to crack the top five on a much-revered annual compilation.
Raj Peter Bhakta, the founder of whiskey company WhistlePig, knows that he is losing some cash in the short term by only making a 10-year-old product. But that's part of the plan.
Raj Peter Bhakta launched WhistlePig whiskey in the middle of a recession, and there were some cold, lonely nights where he felt alone in his mission. But he kept on.
Cleveland Whiskey built its credibility before approaching angel investors for money and mentorship.
The founder of whiskey company WhistlePig brings all new employees up to his farm in rural, middle-of-no-where Vermont for at least a month. It's costly both in time and money, but he says it's worth every penny.
A six-liter bottle of rare Macallan 'M' whisky became the most expensive bottle ever sold at an auction.
In a unanimous decision by its board of directors, the maker of Maker's Mark, Laphroaig Scotch whisky and Courvoisier is selling to Japanese beverage company Suntory.
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