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G054B-Magazine(Korea) -共5期 2023年02期 NO.93 The Balvenie
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ISBN条码: 9791198305602
ISBN: 9791198305602
Publisher出版社: JOH company
Language版别: 期刊Magazine
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Pub Date出版日期: 2023-6-15
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Brand Documentary Magazine

Magazine B No.93 The Balvenie


Category

Magazine

Publisher B Media Company | 170 X 240mm, 160 pages

Price KRW 21,000 | ISBN: 979-11-983056-0-2 (03050)

Date of Publication May 31, 2023

Editing and Marketing B Media Company


About the Publication


Amid the waves of numerous brands sweeping the globe, B shares

its perspective on well-balanced brands and uses print media to demonstrate the timeless values of individual brands. Defining a well- balanced brand by four standards—beauty, practicality, price, and philosophy—B offers unique insights and in-depth analysis of one well- balanced brand in one issue every month.



About the Issue


Welcome to the 93rd issue of B.


I have traveled overseas twice—once last year and again this year—since the pandemic began. Despite media reports that the tourism industry had returned to normal, there still seemed to be some remnants of the nearly two-year travel ban. Tons of restaurants, stores, and convenience facilities that line the entrances and exits of airports were still closed or operating at super scaled-back levels. And the duty-free shop did not have that same bustling, chaotic mood it used to have. Still, there was one spot swarming with travelers: the whisky corner. A man was seen carefully picking out just the right one while talking on the phone, and some other families were busy doing mental math to calculate the duty-free allowance for liquor. Apparently, whisky has long been a popular item, but the recent craze feels more like people are buying up stable assets with a guaranteed value. Not only are whiskies valued as an investment, they are also fun to select and a perfect product to leisurely indulge in. Another charm of the spirit is its relatively low entry barrier compared to other investment pieces, like watches, furniture, and art.


A closer inspection into whisky within the liquor industry reveals its distinctive value. Whisky, I gather, is an alcohol that best epitomizes different aspects of a particular brand. The whisky-making process is so complex and rigorous that it takes vast amounts of upfront investment costs and a level of expertise that matches the investment. But understanding that quality comes in proportion to time, all this has made whisky a rare, highly prized item. Furthermore, it can be enjoyed fully without food, making it an object of absolute assessment, if you will. So while beer and wine may outshine whisky in terms of popularity, you might say that whisky has the advantage when it comes to brand recognition and exclusivity—the ultimate goal of so many brands out there.


Scotland, the birthplace of Scotch whisky, is home to whisky distilleries that function almost like tribes. Each distillery has a time-honored tradition of about 100 years as well as their own birth stories, with the people who have been committed to whisky making for decades sitting at the heart of these stories.

The Balvenie, the single malt whisky brand B presents in this issue, has continued its family business in Speyside, Scotland, since 1892. The Balvenie ceaselessly endeavors to achieve a quality that is second to none through experimentation, rather than just settling to inherit the legacy of whisky. And that is how the brand gained its coveted prominence among the so-called whisky tribes. The brand’s unique maturation technique, which has had an enormous impact not only on Scotch whiskies but also on the entire spirits industry, is epitome of this forward- looking spirit. Furthermore, the entire production process from growing its own barley to bottling is all conducted in-house, which seems to emphasize R&D more than preserving tradition. In a sense, The Balvenie’s enthusiasm for experimentation is a far cry from strategic business acumen to gain immediate recognition for its value.


An array of casks lying about in a warehouse, brimming with whisky that had been ripening since the early 1960s. A malt master who worked his way up after a 10-year apprenticeship. Limited-edition compendiums that take five years to complete. All of these achievements are the result of The Balvenie's reliance on patience as a driving force, rather than impatience. The balvenie’s legendary malt master David C. Stewart described the whisky maturation process that he’s devoted more than 60 years to as a “complex and not fully understood area.” While business acumen refers to the ability to control any change or variable, it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the attitude of a whisky master who consider mistakes or errors as new clues through patience resembles pure academia. It makes me all the more curious about this quiet yet profound universe in which a legion of creators strive to make time work in their favor.



Eunsung Park

Content & Editorial Director





























Table of contents


02 INTRO


08 EDITOR'S LETTER


12 KEYWORDS

The Balvenie’s philosophy as portrayed in media coverage


16 SPEYSIDE

The region that The Balvenie calls home


22 THE BALVENIE DISTILLERY

The epicenter where the Scottish whisky brand’s nearly 130-year history began


26 FROM CRAFT TO BALVENIE

The Balvenie’s craftspeople who are committed to the brand’s legacy of crafting top-quality whisky


48 INTERVIEW: DAVID C. STEWART & KELSEY MCKECHNIE

The Balvenie malt masters, who are responsible for quality and taste control


54 CHARACTERISTICS

The Balvenie’s whisky lineup that expresses a storied experience and immense know-how along with a singular design language


62 OPINION: STEPH MURRAY

Steph Murry, general manager at The Dowans Hotel, talks about the local whisky community in Speyside


68 SPEYSIDE’S MANNER

Bar culture in Speyside, the birthplace of single malts


76 COEXIST IN MARKET

Diversity in the Scotch whisky market that spawns from micro-distinction during whisky making


84 BAR SPIRITS

Bar scenes in Seoul, Saitama, London, and New York that present whisky cocktails in their own distinctive ways


96 MANUALS

The basics of whisky


100 OPINION: HAEIN JUNG

Korean actor Haein Jung talks about charms of whisky and The Balvenie


106 MY TASTE PAIRING

Whisky parings that reflect the taste of the drinker—from scents to artworks


116 JUST MY SPIRIT

Diverse manifestations of whisky subcultures, such as collecting, sharing, and blending


120 THE ELEMENTS

The five basic factors for whisky making


130 BRAND STORY

The growth story of The Balvenie, which has pioneered in the market with its traditional batch production process and experimental spirit


136 INTERVIEW: ALICE MCSHERRY, GEMMA PORTER

The Balvenie’s global marketing manager Alice Mcsherry and global brand ambassador Gemma Porter talk about the brand’s internal and external culture


140 SHIFT IN GENERATIONS

Three next-generation employees expected to make history for The Balvenie


144 ART OF CRAFT

The Balvenie’s art projects that distill the brand’s artisanal spirit


148 DIGEST

Figures that demonstrate the prominence of The Balvenie and its parent company William Grant & Sons in the Scotch whisky industry


151 OUTRO

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