10 April 2013
Highland Spring Group's namesake brand was confirmed this week as the top-selling bottled water brand in the UK. just-drinks talked to the group's CEO, Les Montgomery, yesterday (9 April) about the brand's long fight to the top and how it is survival of the fittest in the water industry.
12 March 2013
Edrington Group's Highland Park Loki
22 February 2013
Edrington is to release the first three bottles in its six-part Warrior Series, initially exclusive to European travel retail.
7 August 2012
The Edrington Group has confirmed the appointment of a new global marketing manager for its The Macallan single malt whisky brand.
10 July 2012
Edrington has posted a healthy set of numbers for its fiscal full-year, as emerging markets drove profits.
9 July 2012
Remy Cointreau's possible acquisition of Scotch whisky producer Bruichladdich is strategically positive for the French firm, but unlikley to make a big difference to its bottom-line, an analyst has argued.
4 July 2012
Edrington has South-East Asia in its sights as it seeks to expand from its China stronghold.
28 June 2012
The Edrington Group's Cutty Sark Storm
2 May 2012
The Edrington Group's Highland Park Vintage 1991, 2001
18 April 2012
The Edrington Group has confirmed a change of distillery managers at two of its whisky facilities in Scotland.
30 March 2012
The Edrington Group's The Famous Jubilee, Special Edition Reserve
14 March 2012
In part two of this month's four-part just-drinks management briefing, Richard Woodard continues to cast his eye over the rebranding process. What are the effects of a rebrand, and how broadly are those effects felt?
14 March 2012
It's case study time in this month's management briefing. In this, the penultimate part of Richard Woodard's look at rebranding, we see the right - and the wrong - way to do it.
1 March 2012
The Edrington Group's Highland Park 21
2 February 2012
Edrington Group's Highland Park Thor
25 November 2011
The Edrington Group has reported higher sales in the first half of its fiscal year and said that it remains upbeat about the second-half and will continue to invest in its premium brands.
11 October 2011
Innovation in the spirits industry is 'a good thing'. But, Richard Woodard is worried that, of occasion, some spirits companies run the risk of disappearing up their own still pipes when they over-innovate.
22 July 2011
Edrington Group's Highland Park Earl Haakon
4 July 2011
The Edrington Group is looking to consumers in Asia and the Americas to help it build on rises in both sales and profits in its most recent fiscal year.
19 May 2011
The Edrington Group has switched distributors in the US for its recently-purchased Cutty Sark Scotch whisky brand, from Skyy Spirits to Rémy Cointreau USA.
3 February 2011
The Edrington Group and Rémy Cointreau Travel Retail Americas (RCTRA) have created the position of trade marketing manager & brand ambassador in their Americas travel retail division.
6 December 2010
The US unit of Rémy Cointreau has extended its distribution partnership with The Edrington Group in the country.
1 October 2010
The Edrington Group's Highland Park's 50 Year Old
27 September 2010
The Edrington Group plans to invest GBP10m (US$15.8m) on a high-speed bottling line and new storage facilities for its Scotch whisky in a move that will result in 23 job losses.
14 September 2010
The Edrington Group has reported double digit rises in sales and profits before tax for its full year on the back of strong performances from its leading brands.
23 July 2010
The top ten stories published on just-drinks this week:
19 July 2010
The Edrington Group has appointed a global PR manager for its The Macallan and Highland Park single malt Scotch whisky brands.
12 May 2010
Scotch whisky producer The Edrington Group has appointed Steven Sleigh as its new head of global travel retail.
5 May 2010
The Edrington Group has confirmed the appointment of a brand controller for its recently-acquired Cutty Sark Scotch whisky brand.
29 April 2010
Following our discussion of premiumisation in the spirits industry with Diageo's CMO earlier this week, Richard Woodard queries a new, Scotch whisky addition to the price bracket. Is premiumisation a victory of style over substance? Or does it satisfy a genuine consumer desire? The answer, of course, is both.