Wine & Spirit magazine for "successfully marrying
hi-tech and heritage - using the original name of the Glengoyne distillery alongside modern GPS satellite graphics on an eye-catching carton and bottle combination". For a full list of the winners go to
Morgan's Spiced Out of the Ordinary tour will culminate with two final shows at The Arches in Glasgow on March 20 and Edinburgh's Liquid Room
on April 12. Both will play host to headline DJ and dance acts, the names of which are currently being kept under wraps. Visit morgansspiced.co.uk for more information and ticket prices.
Amaretto liqueur Disaronno was sampled by more than 1,200 people at Vivienne Westwood's Red Label catwalk show. Celebrities Kimberley Stewart and Kelly Osbo urne were among the A-list models, singers and TV stars at the after-show party, which was
backed by Disaronno as the show's official drinks sponsor.
Bruichladdich has taken home victory in this year's Drammies. The Islay-based producer, described by one voter as the "indie rockers" of Scotch, won
Distiller of the
Year with 49 per cent of votes in its category. Glenfarclas won most underrated whisky with 52 per cent of votes
and Highland Park, Ardbeg and Laphroaig also scooped top prizes. It is the second year that Kevin Erskine, founder of thescotchblog.com, has run the Drammies competition.