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Tag Archive: Monkey Shoulder

Scotch Whisky’s U.S. Growth Being Driven By An Influx Of New Consumers

While American and Irish whiskies have captured much of the enthusiasm surrounding the whisk(e)y boom, Scotch is also showing improved results lately, particularly at the high end. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 25, 2017

Impact Seminar Snapshot: Diageo, Bacardi, William Grant Firmly Focused On Future

Diageo, Bacardi and William Grant & Sons market some of the most established and best-known spirits brands in the world. However, in addressing attendees at last week’s 40th annual Impact Seminar, top executives from all three companies stressed the need to embrace change as a core element for achieving success in today’s drinks market. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 17, 2016

William Grant Sees Rapid Growth For Monkey Shoulder, Extends Grant’s Blend With Ale Cask Finish

William Grant & Sons continues to track rapid growth from a small base for its Monkey Shoulder blended malt Scotch whisky offering, which is benefiting from avid consumer exploration across the brown spirits universe. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 8, 2015

William Grant Sees “Very Healthy” USA Numbers So Far In 2015

William Grant & Sons says it’s seeing double-digit growth across most of its core brands in the U.S. market this year, led by Hendrick’s, The Balvenie, Tullamore D.E.W. and Glenfiddich. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 16, 2015

Pernod Ricard Courts Entry-Level Whisky Drinkers With New Barrelhound Brand

With brown spirits continuing to rise in the U.S. market, Pernod Ricard is launching a new blended Scotch brand, Barrelhound, intended to “bridge the Bourbon and Scotch worlds.” Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 8, 2015