Highway ban hangover cured, Indian whisky joins party
India does not have a dominant indigenous liquor similar to baiju in China or Russian vodka, the market is dominated by locally produced IMFL.
Yogi tweaks liquor policy, UP excise collection up by 48%
The auditor has compared the excessive charges on specific liquor brands, a big sha...
Ummrao's five-course single malt dinner was a fine blend of flavours and class spirits
The dinner was curated specially by master chef Mukhta...
The Original Very Old Fashioned, Matheson's Sour: Classics with a twist this World Whisky Day
Three recipes that reinvent your favourite whisky cocktails.
Neelakanta Rao Jagdale, maker of one of world's finest whiskies, passes away at 66
The Amrut Distilleries MD died after brief illness.
Investments of passion: Wealthy Indians like to plunge their money on art, watches, whisky
Asians overall as well as global investors prefer wine for investment, Indians pick whisky.
ABD ropes in former Diageo president
"We welcome Nick to the ABD family and look forward to working with him to take ABD to further heights of glory," said Deepak Roy, executive vice chairman.
London falling for whisky: Bartenders and distillers on full swing
In London, whisky is the new cool as bartenders and distillers try to make the dark spirit less stiff, more fun.
Indian mania for top shelf booze upends a teetotalling culture
Spirits have been a part of Indian culture since ancient times, notably in the form of an alcohol distilled from molasses, byproduct of the subcontinent’s abundant sugarcane.
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