RARE MARRIAGESLEARN MORE
Designed by David Stewart MBE, The Balvenie Rare Marriages Range is a collection of three distinct whiskies that showcase extraordinary layers of depth and complexity.
Every sip unveils layers of exceptional complexity; from a seemingly subdued appearance evolves into astounding timeless tranquillity.
Our Whisky Collection
The Balvenie is a range of single malt whiskies crafted by Malt Master David C. Stewart MBE. Each expression is unique, but all are rich, luxuriously smooth and underpinned by a distinctive honeyed character.
THE MAKERS PROJECT LIMITED EDITION WHISKY GIFT SETSPURCHASE HERE
Specially designed in collaboration with local artist Adeline Tan, to celebrate our shared pursuit of craftsmanship.
A thoughtful gift for your loved ones.
Our Distillery STORYREad more
Learn more about the history of The Balvenie distillery and the centuries-old craftsmanship that goes into our single malt Scotch whiskies.
The Balvenie The Makers Project
We are continually striving to collaborate with like-minded people who share in our passion to create. Join us in finding inspiration from makers who guide us through their process while providing unique insight into the dedication and sacrifice required to produce items by hand.
“The Tiger of Singapore”
by Adeline Tan, Visual artist, Singapore
“Freedom and Fluidity”
by Fern Chua, Batik artist, Malaysia
Coming to our distillery is an aspiration shared by Balvenie lovers around the world, but for many it is a dream never realised. The Balvenie Brand Ambassadors are the local connection to our distillery for millions of Balvenie lovers. Our ambassadors live and breathe whisky in general and The Balvenie in particular while each being wholly individual. Find them at your favourite whisky festival, and find them on social media.
The Balvenie Ambassador,
South East Asia
The Balvenie Distillery Ambassador
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