Glengoyne add three new single malts to collection

Glengoyne is to expand its range of single malts with the release of three new expressions in November, according to a Scottish newspaper. The Herald reported that the Highland distillery will add a cask strength malt as well as a 15-year-old variant and an 18-year-old to replace the now discontinued Glengoyne 17YO. Owners Ian Macleod […]

Glasgow woman wins Glengoyne short story competition

A married care home manager from Whiteinch in Glasgow is contemplating a new career as a crime writer after she won a national competition sponsored by Glengoyne single malt. Sarah Reynolds’ story, Natural Causes, came out top in Glengoyne’s Bloody Scotland short story competition winning her tickets to the crime writing festival of the same […]

Glengoyne golf event raises £20,000 for Help for Heroes

A fundraising tournament for the service charity Help for Heroes has been hailed as a great success by organisers, after twenty four teams from across the UK took part in the Glengoyne Auld Enemy Diamond Jubilee Golf Day. The Golf Day and Gala Dinner took place on Friday, 24 August at The Fairmount St Andrews […]

Glengoyne 40 Yr Old at Lake Of Menteith Hotel

Perthshire’s Lake of Menteith Hotel has added Glengoyne’s 40 Year Old limited edition single malt to their “Malt Vault” – the award winning list of whiskies available to guests at the hotel. The oldest and finest single malt released by Glengoyne in their 175 years of operation, only 250 decanters of the 40 Year Old […]

Ian MacLeod whiskies at the Edinburgh Fringe

Ian Macleod’s Distillers’ whisky brands are to take pride of place at one of the Edinburgh Fringe’s premier venues as it re-opens after a major refurbishment. The Assembly Rooms on George Street have played host to thousands of top acts over the years and 2012 sees the iconic venue re-launched, with Ian Macleod being the […]

Line-up of top drams for Edinburgh announced

The line up of whiskies which will be available at Whisky Luxe in Edinburgh in September has been announced, and contains samples which retail for more than £700 a bottle. Featured on the line-up are Fettercairn 40 Years Old (£730 a bottle), a special selection of rare or limited editions of Jura bottlings (up to […]

Final call for Glengoyne short story competition

Budding thriller writers have just a couple of days left to enter the Glengoyne-sponsored short story competition which is taking place as part of Bloody Scotland, the forthcoming festival of crime fiction. Entries for the competition must be in by this Friday, 29 June. The winner of the competition stands to win not only publication […]

Whisky film picks up Cannes prize

Ken Loach’s new film, The Angel’s Share, which was filmed on location in Scottish distilleries, has collected the Jury Prize at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. The film concerns disenchanted youths who come up with a get-rich-quick scheme following the visit to a distillery. The BBC website quoted the famous director as saying: “It’s about […]

Glengoyne launches ‘Auld Enemy Dram’ in time for Father’s Day

Following their sponsorship of the Auld Enemy Dinner before the Calcutta Cup Match this year, Glengoyne have launched their Auld Enemy Dram, with £20 off per bottle in the run up to Father’s Day. Celebrating the long-standing sporting rivalry between Scotland and England, the Auld Enemy Dram is a 1990 Single Cask bottling from Glengoyne’s […]