After a pandemic nightmare , Scotch whisky exports surged back to nearly 1.4 billion bottles last year – fuelled by strong demand in Latin America and the Asia Pacific regions.

AS the Covid-19 pandemic swept around the world during 2020, the impact on Scotch whisky shipments (as with most industries) was clear (lets not forget the human cost and those who sadly passed) – and as the lockdowns eased, it was hoped that the whisky market and the markets in general would recover in 2021. However, the spirits markets surpassed expectations for 2021 and took the industry by surprise.

Figures released from the HMRC: Volume up 21% to 1.4bn bottles, value rising 19% to £4.51bn, led by a remarkable 71% value surge in Latin


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