As our name makes clear, we produce finely crafted spirits at facilities in far-reaching corners of the world. Our brands are distributed and enjoyed in more than 85 countries and territories.
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Asiaeuro International Beverage
Asiaeuro International Beverage, 7/F, Hecny Tower, 9 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
On the most northerly shores of Scotland, where the North Sea meets the Caithness coast, there is a town; home to a whisky which captures the very essence of its location.
Since 1826, Pulteney Distillery has been crafting exceptional single malt Scotch whisky. With traditional warehouses exposed to the invigorating sea air blowing in off the North Sea, Old Pulteney captures the taste of the sea in every drop of its liquid gold. Defined and shaped by its stunning coastal location, Old Pulteney owes much to its home town of Wick.
Pulteney Distillery, Huddart Street, Wick, Caithness, KW1 5BA, United Kingdom
Distilled since 1897 in the world-renowned Speyside region of Scotland, Speyburn distillery embodies the generations of commitment, experience and tradition that go into producing award-winning single malt scotch whisky.
For generations, the Speyside region of Scotland has been known to contain some of the cleanest and most mineral rich waters in the world. This is what drew Hopkins to the area in search of the perfect place to found a distillery. After a long time hunting for the right spot, Hopkins finally discovered a secluded valley near a freshwater tributary of the River Spey. It was there he found the Granty Burn, an untouched hidden stream. He knew that the burn's exceptionally pure water would produce a remarkable whisky with a naturally refreshing character. It is here that he broke ground and founded the Speyburn Distillery, beginning his legacy.
Speyburn Distillery, Rothes, Moray, AB38 7AG, United Kingdom
As the quintessential distillery, Balblair sits on a remote and unspoiled hillside overlooking the Dornoch Firth in the North of Scotland. Balblair whiskies are the embodiment of everything they stand for, using only the finest ingredients and traditional processes to craft its distinctive, characterful whisky.
Balblair Highland home sits on an ancient Pictish gathering place; giving it an intriguing, mystical feel. The Picts gathered over 3,000 years ago, and like us, they were watched over by the solitary Clach Biorach standing stone which sits next to the distillery to this day. An iconic carved Z Rod marking bears witness to this rich history and is symbolised on each bottle of Balblair.
Balblair Distillery, Edderton, Tain, Ross-Shire, IV19 1LB, United Kingdom
Picture an expanse of barley fields, with a rich supply of peat and crisp, clear spring water close at hand. Couple that with the presence of the Great North of Scotland railway line on your doorstep and it’s not hard to see why John Morrison embraced the opportunity to turn a gift of nature into something unique to share with the world.
Knockdhu distillery's enduring charisma echoes the timeless allure of the nearby Black Hill or 'Knockdhu' in Gaelic. It provides the distillery with not only its name, but is the source of the pure, clear spring water required to make anCnoc's whisky.
The brand name anCnoc (Gaelic for ‘the hill’ and pronounced ‘a-nock’), however, lends it the unusual distinction of not being named after the distillery which produces it.
Knockdhu Distillery, Knock, Aberdeenshire, Huntly, AB54 7LJ, United Kingdom
Founded in 2015 Cardrona is a craft distillery located in the stunning landscapes and natural beauty of the Crown Range in New Zealand. The artisan distillery uses high-quality ingredients and traditional distillation methods to create distinctive and flavorful whiskies aged in bourbon, sherry, and New Zealand wine casks, allowing the spirit to develop a unique character. In addition to whisky, Cardrona Distillery also hand crafted spirits including award-winning vodka, liqueurs and a premium gin incorporating local botanicals and traditional gin-making techniques to create unique recipes. The distillery is open to the public offering daily tours, food and a selection of cocktails to be enjoyed in the most wonderful setting, in a true area of outstanding natural beauty.
Cardrona Distillery, 2125 Cardrona Valley Road, Wānaka , 9382, New Zealand
Larsen le Cognac des Vikings SAS
Founded in 1926 by Norwegian adventurer Jens Reidar Larsen after he settled in South West France, Larsen Cognac boasts a very special distillation procedure which is a crucial part of Larsen Cognac style: after vinification a double distillation of the wines takes place without the lees, in order to preserve the original fruity aromas of the grapes and produce eaux-de-vie of superior elegance and finesse. Larsen’s barrels are crafted from fine-grained sessile oak sourced from France’s Tronçais forest. These ancient trees are relatively low in tannins, and the very light toast used by the cooperage ensures that the barrels conform to the very precise vision that Jens Reidar Larsen set out to achieve for his Cognacs.
Larsen le Cognac des Vikings SAS, 66 Bd de Paris, Cognac, 16100 , France
The history of Balmenach Distillery is as old as it is acclaimed. One of the first distilleries in Scotland to be licensed in the production of Scotch whisky in 1824, Balmenach has been a byword for excellence for over two centuries. Set in a spectacular backdrop, quite unlike any other; it lies in the heart of Speyside’s rolling hills, with breath-taking views of the Scottish Highlands.
Since 2009, Balmenach Distillery has been the home of Caorunn Gin. Handcrafted in small batches with a unique Celtic botanical recipe and Copper Berry Chamber distilling method, if you ever needed another excuse to visit the beautiful Speyside region of the Scottish Highlands, this is it.
Balmenach Distillery, Balmenach Road, Cromdale, Moray, PH26 3PF, United Kingdom
ThaiBev PLC, 14 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road, Chomphon, Chatuchak, Bangkok , 10900, Thailand
Tel: (66)(2) 2722051-5
Regional Headquarters: ASEAN
Regional Headquarters: ASEAN, 438 Alexandra Road, #05-01 Alexandra Point, Singapore, 438 Alexandra Rd, Singapore 119958, Singapore
Global Headquarters, Roughrigg Road, Airdrie , ML6 8FU, United Kingdom
Regional Headquarters: North Asia
Regional Headquarters: North Asia, Room 901-2, Silvercord Tower, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, ., Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2375 6648
Sura Bangyikhan Distillery
Sura Bangyikhan Distillery, located in the Pathum Thani Province, specialises in liquor production, including the famous Mekhong brand. The distillery has a long-standing history in the industry and has gained an upstanding reputation for its high-quality products.
The Sura Bangyikhan Distillery boasts state-of-the-art facilities with an emphasis on energy efficiency. The distillery has implemented various measures to minimise energy consumption, therefore reducing its environmental impact.
Sura Bangyikhan Distillery, 82 Moo 3, Tambon Bang Ku Wat, Amphoe Muang, Pathum Thani, 12000, Thailand
The SangSom plant in Nakhon Pathom Province is the birthplace of SangSom, a popular liquor first established in 1977. It is also home to Phraya Rum, a rich, vibrant Thai rum made with sugarcane from the fields of Kanchanaburi and matured in American oak ex-bourbon barrels. This sprawling facility, spanning several acres and housing numerous employees, has become synonymous with producing high-quality spirits. Over the years, SangSom Distillery has continuously developed its processes and achieved international recognition for its exceptional products.
The SangSom story exemplifies the perfect blend of craftsmanship, quality, and environmental consciousness. As the company continues to innovate and build upon its successes, it remains a beacon of excellence in the spirits industry.
Sangsom Distillery, 49 Moo 4, Tambon Homkret, Amphoe Sampran, Nakhon Pathom , 73110, Thailand