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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: Irish Whiskey Market Projection By Key Players, Status, Growth, Revenue, SWOT Analysis Forecast 2025
Whiskey made in the US is spelled with an "e", and the lawsuit claims the term "Highland" and its spelling of "whisky" falsely imply that the product is Scotch wholly produced in Scotland.
In a federal lawsuit filed last week, the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) alleges the Virginia Distillery Co has engaged in "false, misleading and deceptive" labelling of whiskey sold under the brand name "Virginia-Highland Whisky".
Whiskey Wash reports that the cask-to-glass concept and bar developed as part of a marketing plan to promote the brand's award winning Solist range.
In the Philippines, spirits or hard liquor - such as vodka, gin, rum, tequila, and whiskey - is the most consumed alcoholic beverage, making up 72% of total alcohol consumption, based on a World Health Organization report in 2014.
From Ireland: The Silkie Irish Whiskey (RRP PS29.95, thewhisky exchange.com, masterofmalt.com) is so named after mythological seals, found along the Donegal coast.
From the US: TINCUP Whiskey RRP PS32.95 thewhiskyexchange.
From the US: TINCUP Whiskey RRP PS32.95 thewhiskyexchange.com, masterofmalt.com) is named after an old mining town in Colorado, which itself was named for the tin cups miners used to sip their whiskey.
THERE is whisky and still there is whiskey. Whether the 'e' is present or not between the k and y spells a world of difference.
Among the powerhouse brands that participated are Ardberg, Bruichladdich, Chivas Regal, Diageo, Glenfiddich, Glenmorangie, Hennessy, Jameson Iris Whisky, Jim Beam Suntory, Johnnie Walker, Monkey Shoulder, Remy Martin, The Singleton, Teeling Whiskey, and Yamazakura, among several others.
In days past, a man's fondness for whiskey was admirably brandished in full home bars but, in modern times, whiskey is hidden out of sight in cabinets and desk drawers like shameful secrets.
And with good reason: Consumption of straight American whiskey was up 6% in 2017, reaching 22.5 million nine-liter cases, according to the Beverage Information Group's 2018 Liquor Handbook.
It should be noted for the personal reading lists of dedicated whiskey fans and Japanese popular culture buffs that "Japanese Whisky" is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $18.99).
Americans turned to whiskey as their spirit of choice simply because it was readily available.