Celebrate the Golden Age of Travel with The Macallan

The Macallan Golden Age of Travel series re-lives the glamour of this 1930s period celebrating the first era of international travel. The first release features a very rare Macallan, distilled in 1937, and housed in one of 48 specially created Lalique decanters adorned with an iconic ocean liner.

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To celebrate this timeless age, we have partnered with London-based digital illustrator Jack Hughes, to create a series of postcards which capture the glamour and adventure of the era. Find out more here.

 

 

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Independence

Edrington was created to be independent. We are proud to be privately owned by The Robertson Trust and proud to keep our home in Scotland. Our tradition of independent thinking informs our business decisions and enables the management team to take a considered, consistent and long-term approach to brand building and investment.

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Edrington actively encourages staff to get involved and share in the success of the company, through initiatives such as the Edrington Achievement Award and the Chairman’s Special Award, and by offering attractive employment benefits.

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Edrington has built a reputation for integrity in our business dealings, and we passionately believe that integrity delivers results. Edrington is now a thriving international organisation with all our staff trained in our Code of Responsible Marketing and Code of Conduct.

Innovation

The 1961 construct of The Robertson Trust and Edrington was a business model of great ingenuity, and Edrington has developed that heritage of innovation across its dealings. Edrington has built a world-class supply chain and created a distribution network that is flexible to the needs of the company, its partners and its markets.