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Master of Malt Blog

Author: Annie Hayes

Former Master of Malt features editor Annie Hayes is an esteemed journalist across the topics of spirits and cocktails, as well as health and lifestyle. She has worked for The Spirits Business and Men’s Health, judged a number of cocktail competitions, and her work has featured in the likes of Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, Runner’s World, Prima and Women’s Health. Whether it’s cocktail recipes and ingredients, hangover cures, Veganuary or shining a spotlight on spirits production processes, Annie has a nose for a story and is one of our favourite writers.

Toast the ghosts on Día de los Muertos with these awesome agave spirits!

If you’re marking the Day of the Dead, why not honour the departed with one of these incredible Mexican spirits? Observed on 2 November each year, traditional Latin American celebration…

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A new dawn: Billy Walker sets out plans for Glenallachie distillery

Back in July, news broke that Chivas Brothers had sold the Glenallachie distillery to a consortium of investors led by Billy Walker, former managing director of The BenRiach Distillery Company. While…

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With Halloween looming, check out these spine-chilling spirits…

Whether you’re in full-on costume-designing mode or plan on spending Halloween hiding from trick-or-treaters, we’ve rounded up some suitably spooky spirits to toast the occasion. What does Halloween mean to…

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The UK is drinking less Scotch and it’s (mostly) the government’s fault

Apparently we Brits are drinking less Scotch whisky. And not just a little bit less, either – we collectively bought one million fewer bottles last year. I mean, not anyone…

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