Who said it?

'We have had a lost generation who opted out because they didn't want to drink their father's drink but there are early signs that scotch could be cool again.' - David Gates, global category director for whiskies at Diageo, on the launch of the company's £40m new whisky distillery - the first major one to open for a generation.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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