They say seeing is believing. If you're ever in this neck of the woods, stop by the distillery to experience Whisky Magazine’s 2011 “Visitor Attraction of the Year.” There's nothing like it. Since the first bottle sold in 1958, each bottle is still hand-dipped with the iconic red wax by people, not machines. Heck, we’ll even let you dip your own bottle!
A trip to our Jim Beam distillery, is a transforming experience: you'll come as a friend, and leave as family. You’ll see why crafting the finest bourbon is about more than quality ingredients and a meticulous aging process—it's also about values like honestly, integrity, tradition and heritage. In 2012, we'll open our distillery doors to the public for the first time. On the brand new Jim Beam® Distillery Tour, you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at the craftsmanship and expertise that goes into every single bottle.
Built by our founders Felix Courvoisier and Jules Gallois in the 1840s, our magnificent Château is our home to Courvoisier to this day. It is here that our rarest and most precious cognacs are housed in the secretive Paradis cellar and Patrice Pinet, our Master Blender, conducts daily nosing and tasting sessions with his tasting team. Stop by and experience a revolutionary journey through over 200 years of Courvoisier history.
For nearly 200 years a small team of dedicated islanders have worked here to create what is considered to be the most distinctive single malt in the world. Over time the people change, but our traditional methods, the ancient skills and absolute dedication to quality always remains. Make the journey to visit the home of Laphroaig and you will be assured of the warmest of welcomes.
While the heart of our company lies in the distilleries that produce our world famous products, here is where we bring our brands to life. Our global corporate headquarters, located in the heart of the great city of Chicago, features a unique open collaboration concept to foster our relationship-based culture mixed with our matrixed structure.
YAMAZAKI is Japan's first and oldest distillery, established in 1923 by Suntory's founder Shinjiro Torii. Inspired by traditional Scottish whisky, Torii envisioned a Japanese approach by choosing a terrain and climate completely different to those of Scotland to create a unique kind of whisky. Yamazaki is thus the birthplace of Japanese whisky, where water and mountains offer abundance and diversity in nature and temperature - create damp conditions ideal for aging whisky in its precious casks.