He said: “We are fortunate not to be under any commercial pressure to release our whisky so we will wait until the whisky is at its absolute best, which could be in ten, 12 or 15 years’ time, only time will tell.“Inch Dairnie is the culmination of a dream and everything I’ve learnt about whisky-making over the last four decades.
Professor of Economics, UCL and director, ESRC Centre for the Micro-Economic Analysis of Public Policy IFS.
For services to promoting research and policy change in Africa. Chief executive, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. (Willaston, Cheshire) Roger Michael De Haan, CBE, DL. For services to Education and to charity in Kent and Overseas.
Chairman, Business in the Community and The Prince's Countryside Fund.
Formerly Executive director, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.
Head of Ticketing and Sales, Royal Collection Trust. Director, Business in the Community and The Prince's Rural Action Programme.
Inventory Controller, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. It's sadly time for the Twins to move on from Big Sexy, but there are two other well-traveled vets that look like potential fits.Inch Dairnie Distillery – located in the outskirts of Kinglassie in Fife – has vowed to take a “bold, forward-thinking approach to producing Scotch malt whisky, while remaining respectful of tradition”. For public service especially to economic and social conditons in Wales. Formerly director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecution Service. (London) The Rt Hon Sir Christopher Geidt, KCVO, OBE. (Dunbar, East Lothian) ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER DCVO Lady Elizabeth Periam Acland Hood Gass. (Brackley, Northamptonshire) Dr Philip John Director General Rycroft. For services to the UK's Devolved and Coalition Governments. READ MORE: Where are the biggest growth markets for Scotch whisky?