A rise in single malt whisky revenue and digital sales helped lift profit by almost a third at Isle of Arran Distillers.
The company said those trends offset loss of revenue from its visitor centres being closed for much of the financial year as a result of Covid-19.
Turnover increased by 8.9 per cent to £11 million for the 2020 calendar year. The rise in its branded whisky and distillery sales was more than 22 per cent, from £8 million to almost £9.8 million. The single malt portfolio was the star performer, up by 39 per cent. Annual accounts show a profit of £2.5 million, up from £1.9 million.
France remained the largest market for single malts in 2020 although growth was noted in the
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