What we've done this year...
Some of our work from 2021
New Lowland distillery Lochlea pulled off the biggest coup in whisky this year bringing Laphroaig legend John Campbell into their team as their new distillery manager.
The Craigellachie Hotel was featured in the FT’s How To Spend it, cementing the world’s oldest whisky hotel as one of the top places to stay in the Highlands.
The Highland hidden gem that is Glenglassaugh unveiled one of its oldest and rarest expressions to date, releasing just 264 bottles of the Glenglassaugh 50 year old.
Trees for Life broke ground at the world's first rewilding centre at Dundreggan Estate, due to open in early 2023. The centre will act as the gateway to the 10,000 acre forest and wild outdoors, and teach people about rewilding and protecting the land.
Macsween of Edinburgh is aiming to save Christmas by filling the turkey shortage with our national dish.
Following the success of last year’s relaunch this year Benriach worked with top lifestyle and drinks influencers to create a world of flavour.
Pat’s Whisk(e)y Collection, the world’s largest private whisky collection to come to auction, closed its curtains in November. With 9,000 bottles, 23 auctions over 13 months and almost 6,000 bids, this auction will go down in whisky history.
Buckie based Speyside Specialities has been working with some of Scotland’s top food influencers and will be donating traditional favourites to local charity Moray Food Plus.
Our podcasts with The Malt Whisky Trail have featured guests including mountaineer Cameron McNeish and the legendary whisky writer Charles Maclean.
Scotland’s only all-through girls’ school, St Margaret’s School for Girls, celebrated their 175th anniversary with a year that included talks by inspirational women, events with Women’s Enterprise Scotland and even a visit from Judy Murray.
What it's like interning for a PR company
At SPEY, we’re passionate about providing career opportunities for young people and retaining talent in rural communities, proving you don’t have to move to a big city to have a career in communications. Our intern Frankie, a Speyside local, writes about what she’s learned so far during her time here at SPEY.