Co-owner and founder of The Whisky Exchange, Sukhinder has been at the forefront of the sale, sourcing and collecting of old and rare whiskies since the late 1980s. With a lifelong passion for these beautiful spirits, this show is the realisation of a long-term plan to bring an old and rare themed version of the Whisky Show to Scotland and celebrate these incredible drams in the country where they were originally created.
Angus has been involved in the whisky world his entire adult life, and even quite a few years before. He began working as a tour guide at Ardbeg while still at University, and forged a career working with old and rare whiskies in the heady world of whisky auctioneering. He now lives and works in Edinburgh as a freelance whisky writer and consultant. He is one of the leading authorities on old-style and rare whiskies.
Jonny has worked within the whisky industry for the last five years and now has a business development role with Berry Bros & Rudd. Jonny is first and foremost a passionate whisky drinker and in his spare time co-organises the Dramboree whisky weekend in the Scottish Highlands. Increasingly Jonny has been interested in the world of old-style whiskies and has indulged this passion further by helping to set up the Old & Rare show.
Andy's family are from Speyside and he was introduced to whisky at an early age – his first distillery trip was at the age of five. After a degree in music, he worked for bars and wine merchants before starting to organise drinks events for Laithwaite's – everything from setting up wine bars at cricket matches to organising parties with Classic FM and hosting private tastings.
He's worked behind the scenes at The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show since 2010, and came on board full-time in 2013. He now manages the event, and with the move to Old Billingsgate in 2015, is leading it to a bright future.