Episode 247: April 12, 2010

The whisky business is in good shape despite the global recession. That’s the view of Sir Gavin Hewitt, CEO of the Scotch Whisky Association. I sat down with Sir Gavin during his visit to New York for Whisky Live and a seminar for trade professionals to discuss whisky exports and the impact of the new Scotch Whisky Law. I’ll also have highlights from Whisky Live New York, and word on new whiskies from Early Times, Caribou Crossing, an ultra-rare Macallan, and the results of the Alzheimer’s Association Chocolate Symphony Scotland tour auction!

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Links:   Scotch Whisky Association | Early Times | Caribou Crossing/Sazerac | Malts.com | The Macallan | Charity: Water | Whisky Live | Glen Garioch | Cabin Fever | Heaven Hill | George Dickel | Ardbeg Chopper Competition | Bayway World of Liquors | Park Avenue Liquor Shop

 

Mark Gillespie

I'm the host and executive producer of WhiskyCast.

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