Beam Suntory Inc
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For the multinational spirits companies, the US is a market of vital importance. As well as being the world's largest market for spirits in value terms, the country also offers relative reliability, in terms of its economy, its regulatory environment and its consumption trends. Most importantly, the US offers growth.
Scotch whisky producers may be agonising over whether flavoured variants offer an effective means of recruiting new consumers and driving growth, but their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic have no such qualms. Indeed, it is the success that flavoured US whiskey brands and spiced rums have had that has prompted Scotch companies to try the flavoured route, even though they are not permitted to call such products 'Scotch whisky'.
In the second part of just-drinks' interview with Beam Suntory's Europe, Middle East & Africa head, Albert Baladi talks about the company's gin presence, the Africa opportunity and the Travel Retail landscape.
Formed just under a year ago, Beam Suntory is a “global whisk(e)y powerhouse,” in the words of Albert Baladi, the unit's Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) head. But, how have things progressed since Suntory's $16bn takeover of Beam Inc? What brands and regions are shining bright and where are the emerging opportunities? Here, just-drinks catches up with Baladi for his take on the present and the future for Beam Suntory.
Beam Suntory is to launch a ten-year-old Bowmore single malt exclusively into European and Asia-Pacific Travel Retail.
Beam Suntory is to roll out its Maker's 46 Bourbon in the UK market through Maxxium UK.
Suntory Holdings has posted a big jump in profits for its alcoholic beverages despite a slight fall in sales.
Beam Suntory's Australian unit is to launch a ready-to-drink Jim Beam highball that had been initially developed for the Japanese market.
Beam Suntory is to place a Japanese-style telephone booth outside Asda supermarkets as it extends an experiential marketing campaign for Midori melon liqueur to the UK.
Beam Suntory is to launch Maker's Mark Cask Strength Bourbon in Travel Retail.
Brown-Forman's Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire brand continues to see declines in the off-premise, according to the latest Nielsen figures published by Cowen & Co.
A shortage of Japanese whisky is forcing drinks producers in Japan to turn to imported spirits, according to a report.
Maxxium UK has said the UK spirits category can increase sales by 10% over the next 14 years, with more than half of the growth coming from the on-trade.
Beam Suntory is to launch the full Spanish Larios gin range in the UK, via Conviviality subsidiary Catalyst Brands.
Beam Suntory has said a media report that highlights discord between US and Japanese management "doesn't reflect the very real success" of its integration with Suntory Holdings.
Beam Suntory's Japanese whisky unit Suntory has released a blended whisky called Toki.
Beam Suntory has expanded the launch of Canadian Club 100% Rye to the US as it targets "significant" growth in the rye whisky category.
Beam Suntory has launched its Islay single malt Scotch whisky Laphroaig Lore in the US.
Beam Suntory's Knob Creek 2001 Limited Edition Bourbon
Beam Suntory is set to release the next limited edition expression of its super-premium Booker's Bourbon American whiskey.
Responding to a significant increase in demand for Japanese whisky in duty-free markets worldwide, Beam Suntory has released the travel-retail exclusive The Chita.
Beam Suntory has launched a new Courvoisier range exclusively into global Travel Retail.
Beam Suntory has added an above-VSOP expression to its Cognac portfolio in China.
Molson Coors has poached Beam Suntory's CFO, Mauricio Restrepo, to assume the same position for the brewer.
Beam Suntory has appointed a former Coca-Cola Co executive to fill its vacant chief marketing officer post.
Beam Suntory has said about three-quarters of Laphroaig's releases over the next year will be no-age statement iterations.
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