The Macallan take up London residence

01 May, 2015

The Macallan single malt scotch whisky is taking over a London venue to create ‘The World of The Macallan'.

London’s Two Temple Place will become The Macallan Residence for two nights, June 2 and 3. Guests will invited to enter ‘The World of The Macallan'.

This is said to be the first UK event of its kind for the Maxxium UK distributed brand  and will take guests on a “journey of carefully curated experiences exploring the world of photography, food and fashion”

The Eddington-owned brand says: “Visitors to The Macallan Residence will learn how to expertly nose and taste single malt with Gold, Amber, Sienna and Ruby, award winning whiskies from The 1824 Series.  Master-classes from Mixologists Wayne Collins and David Miles will showcase the art of creating the perfect Old Fashioned cocktail.” 

Chocolate and whisky pairings from Artisan Du Chocolat will be on offer, as well a bespoke styling service from a number of hand-picked partners.  Photography from The Macallan’s latest collaboration with one of the world’s most famous fashion photographer, Mario Testino will also be exhibited.

The Macallan senior brand manager, Keith Bonnington, said: “The Macallan Residence is an exciting and unique event which will take consumers on an exceptional whisky experience. Set in the iconic Two Temple Place, guests will be fully immersed in the world of quality craftsmanship synonymous with The Macallan.”

A limited number of tickets are available for the two hour experience on June 2 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm and June 3 at 6.30pm at Two Temple Place, London, WC2R 3BD. To reserve your place please visit:

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