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SCOTLAND-ENVIRONMENT/GREEN-LAIRDS
RTS4W0XJ
September 08, 2021
A shooting party descends from the hills towards vehicles near Dalwhinnie, in Scotland, Britain, September...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A shooting party descends from the hills towards vehicles near Dalwhinnie, in Scotland
A shooting party descends from the hills towards vehicles near Dalwhinnie, in Scotland, Britain, September 8, 2021. Picture taken September 8, 2021. To match Special Report SCOTLAND-ENVIRONMENT/GREEN-LAIRDS REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HZLC
May 08, 2020
General view of The Dalwhinnie Whisky Distillery, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19),...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dalwhinnie
General view of The Dalwhinnie Whisky Distillery, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HZKZ
May 08, 2020
General view of Loch Laggan, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dalwhinnie
General view of Loch Laggan, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HZKY
May 08, 2020
General view of Loch Laggan, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dalwhinnie
General view of Loch Laggan, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HZKJ
May 08, 2020
A sign on the A86 is seen, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dalwhinnie
A sign on the A86 is seen, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS35XDW
March 13, 2020
People ski with skins at the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
People ski with skins at the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
People ski with skins at the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS35XDT
March 13, 2020
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-TRANSPORT/SCOTLAND
RTS35XD7
March 13, 2020
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS35XCT
March 13, 2020
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-TRANSPORT/SCOTLAND
RTS35X1D
March 13, 2020
A snowplough drives through the Drumochter Pass in Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A snowplough drives through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
A snowplough drives through the Drumochter Pass in Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-TRANSPORT/SCOTLAND
RTS35X11
March 13, 2020
A courier delivery lorry is reflected in a wing mirror as it drives through the Drumochter Pass in Scotland,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A courier delivery lorry is reflected in a wing mirror as it drives through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland...
A courier delivery lorry is reflected in a wing mirror as it drives through the Drumochter Pass in Scotland, Britain March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YCW2
January 14, 2020
Electricity pylons carrying the Beauly-Denny powerline are seen close to the A9 road, Scotland, Britain...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
Electricity pylons carrying the Beauly-Denny powerline are seen close to the A9 road
Electricity pylons carrying the Beauly-Denny powerline are seen close to the A9 road, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YCVW
January 14, 2020
A herd of red deer forage for food in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020....
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A herd of red deer forage for food in the Cairngorms National Park
A herd of red deer forage for food in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBKG
January 14, 2020
Vehicles drive on the snow covered A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
Vehicles drive on the snow covered A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
Vehicles drive on the snow covered A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBJ4
January 14, 2020
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBJ2
January 14, 2020
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBIY
January 14, 2020
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBIW
January 14, 2020
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBIS
January 14, 2020
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 road near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBI6
January 14, 2020
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain January...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTS2YBHZ
January 14, 2020
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain January...
DALWHINNIE, BRITAIN
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland
The LNER Inverness to London train makes its way through the Drumochter Pass, Scotland, Britain January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMKQ
December 12, 2019
An elder and a child walk on a road covered in snow to a polling station during the general election,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
An elder and a child walk on a road covered in snow to a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMKN
December 12, 2019
Two people walk at a road covered in snow to a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
Two people walk at a road covered in snow to a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMDW
December 12, 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMDV
December 12, 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMDU
December 12, 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTS2UMC4
December 12, 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Britain's general election 2019
A woman clears the snow at the entrance of a polling station during the general election, in Dalwhinnie, Britain, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ENERGY/
RTS2BW1K
January 23, 2019
The Beaully to Denny power line passes through the Cairngorms National Park near Dalwhinnie, Scotland,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
The Beaully to Denny power line passes through the Cairngorms National Park near Dalwhinnie, Scotland...
The Beaully to Denny power line passes through the Cairngorms National Park near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTX6IT9F
December 16, 2018
A car lies in a ditch beside the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A car lies in a ditch beside the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A car lies in a ditch beside the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTX6IT9D
December 16, 2018
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTX6IT9B
December 16, 2018
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland
Snow begins to melt on a statue of a piper in Bruar, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTX6IT9A
December 16, 2018
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-WEATHER/SCOTLAND
RTX6IT97
December 16, 2018
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland
A snow plough clears the A9 near Dalwhinnie, Scotland, Britain, December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-ENERGY/REVIEW
RTR3IUBB
March 27, 2014
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Electricity pylons are seen near DalwhinnieScotland
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust investigation into its energy market on Thursday after regulators detected signs of tacit price coordination, kicking off a process that could lead of the biggest suppliers being broken up. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
BRITAIN-ENERGY/REVIEW
RTR3IUB6
March 27, 2014
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Electricity pylons are seen near DalwhinnieScotland
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust investigation into its energy market on Thursday after regulators detected signs of tacit price coordination, kicking off a process that could lead of the biggest suppliers being broken up. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
BRITAIN-ENERGY/REVIEW
RTR3IUAK
March 27, 2014
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Electricity pylons are seen near DalwhinnieScotland
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust investigation into its energy market on Thursday after regulators detected signs of tacit price coordination, kicking off a process that could lead of the biggest suppliers being broken up. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
BRITAIN-ENERGY/REVIEW
RTR3ITLI
March 27, 2014
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Electricity pylons are seen near DalwhinnieScotland
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust investigation into its energy market on Thursday after regulators detected signs of tacit price coordination, kicking off a process that could lead of the biggest suppliers being broken up. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
BRITAIN-ENERGY/REVIEW
RTR3ITKV
March 27, 2014
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Electricity pylons are seen near DalwhinnieScotland
Electricity pylons are seen near Dalwhinnie, Scotland March 27, 2014. Britain ordered a full anti-trust investigation into its energy market on Thursday after regulators detected signs of tacit price coordination, kicking off a process that could lead of the biggest suppliers being broken up. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2OM6R
July 08, 2011
A tour guide hands out glasses of whisky to tourists in the visitors centre of the Diageo owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A tour guide hands out glasses of whisky to tourists in the visitor centre of the Dalwhinnie Distillery...
A tour guide hands out glasses of whisky to tourists in the visitors centre of the Diageo owned Dalwhinnie distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish highlands May 16, 2011. Picture taken May 16, 2011. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD DRINK)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2OM6Q
July 08, 2011
A man looks at a computer screen showing various types of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
A man looks at a computer screen showing various types of whisky in the visitor centre of the Dalwhinnie...
A man looks at a computer screen showing various types of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Picture taken May 16, 2011. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD DRINK)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKH1
May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKH0
May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGS
May 18, 2011
Tourists take photographs outside the vistor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Tourists take photographs outside the vistor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGR
May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the Barrel Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGM
May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh pours a measure of whisky from a barrel at the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh pours a measure of whisky from a barrel at the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGJ
May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh pours a measure of whisky at the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh pours a measure of whisky at the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGH
May 18, 2011
Tourists walk past the main building of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Tourists walk past the main building of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGG
May 18, 2011
Tourists walk past the main building of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Tourists walk past the main building of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
RTR2MKGF
May 18, 2011
Tourists from India are shown bottles of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
Tourists from India are shown bottles of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
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May 18, 2011
Bottles of whisky are displayed in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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Bottles of whisky are displayed in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
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May 18, 2011
A worker looks into one of the vats, used in the fermentation process of making whisky, in the Tun Room...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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A worker looks into one of the vats, used in the fermentation process of making whisky, in the Tun Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
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May 18, 2011
A worker looks into one of the vats, used in the fermentation process of making whisky, in the Tun Room...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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A worker looks into one of the vats, used in the fermentation process of making whisky, in the Tun Room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
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May 18, 2011
A man looks at a computer screen showing the various types of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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A man looks at a computer screen showing the various types of whisky in the visitor centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
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May 18, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the barrel room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the barrel room of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
BRITAIN
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May 18, 2011
A man holds a glass of whisky in the visitors centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA
A man holds a glass of whisky in the visitors centre of the Diageo-owned Dalwhinnie Distillery in Dalwhinnie in the Scottish Highlands May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is making huge inroads in developing nations such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico, as the growing middle classes turn away from local drinks such as vodka and rum. Overall exports were up 10 percent in 2010 with eight out of the industry's top 10 export markets growing and only Spain and Greece, beset by severe economic problems and austerity measures, showing a decline. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds ($975.7 million) into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Feature FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD DRINK TRAVEL)
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May 17, 2011
Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the barrel room of the Diageo owned Dalwhinnie...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
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Brand manager Ewan MacIntosh holds a measure of whisky in the barrel room of the Diageo owned Dalwhinnie distillery in Dalwhinnie, in the Scottish highlands, May 16, 2011. Scotch whisky is muscling in at the expense of local tipples in China, where whisky exports were up 24 percent in 2010. It now accounts for 45 percent of all foreign-produced spirits sold there, about the same share as cognac. Though still small, the Chinese whisky market was worth over 300 million pounds in 2010, from just a few million pounds in 2000. To keep up with demand, Scotland's whisky industry has poured 600 million pounds into expanding and building new distilleries over the last three years. Long-forgotten still houses have been re-opened. Expansion is underway at a handful of big industrial grain whisky plants, bottling halls and cooperages, and also at some of the smaller 102 malt whisky distilleries scattered across the highlands and islands of Scotland. Picture taken May 16, 2011. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-WHISKY/CHINA REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
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August 12, 2008
A gundog retrieves a grouse for his gamekeeper on the Drumochter Moor on the Railia and Milton Estate...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Gundog retrieves a grouse for his gamekeeper on the Drumochter Moor on the Railia and Milton Estate in...
A gundog retrieves a grouse for his gamekeeper on the Drumochter Moor on the Railia and Milton Estate in Scotland August 8, 2008. The grouse shooting season starts on August 12. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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August 08, 2008
Gamekeeper Alastair Lyon walks through the heather on Drumochter Moor at the Railia and Milton Estate,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Gamekeeper Lyon walks through heather on Drumochter Moor at Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland
Gamekeeper Alastair Lyon walks through the heather on Drumochter Moor at the Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland August 8, 2008. The grouse shooting season starts on August 12. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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August 08, 2008
Gamekeeper Alastair Lyon walks with Ian McColl (R), director of the Game and Conservation Trust Scotland,...
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Gamekeeper Lyon walks with McColl on heather of Drumochter Moor at Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland...
Gamekeeper Alastair Lyon walks with Ian McColl (R), director of the Game and Conservation Trust Scotland, on the heather of Drumochter Moor at the Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland August 8, 2008. The grouse shooting season starts on August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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August 08, 2008
A gun lies in the heather on Drumochter Moor at the Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland August 8, 2008....
DALWHINNIE, United Kingdom
Gun lies in heather on Drumochter Moor at Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland
A gun lies in the heather on Drumochter Moor at the Railia and Milton Estate, Scotland August 8, 2008. The grouse shooting season starts on August 12. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN)
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