William Grant & Sons
Changing a company's name – or a brand's name, for that matter – is a dangerous game. But, in this Search Engine Optimisation age, sometimes...
When just-drinks managing editor Olly Wehring asked a selection of leading Scotch whisky companies for their views on Scottish independence,...
For a spirits brand, what does being a “category leader” mean? Is it purely a blunt measure of cases sold? Profit made? Or something more el...
Last week, the owner of Drambuie put the Scotch whisky liqueur brand up for sale. Ian Buxton considers Drambuie's history and the potential...
This month's 'just the Answer' sees Michelle Russell talk to the international brand development director for Irish Distillers, Simon Fay.
Every month, managing editor Olly Wehring turns his spotlight into the eyes of a senior drinks executive. First up in 2011 is the CEO of William Grant & Sons, Stella David.
Compañía Licorera de Nicaragua has lined up a seven-year-old white variant of its Flor de Caña rum brand.
William Grant has released its first batch of Kininvie 17 Year Old single malt Scotch whisky into Travel Retail.
William Grant & Sons has stayed quiet on speculation that it is one of a handful of companies looking to buy Scotch whisky liqueur brand Drambuie.
First Drinks, the UK division of William Grant & Sons, has announced a name change.
William Grant & Sons has lined up the launch of a flavoured extension of its Thee Barrels Brandy.
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