The Macallan House Opens At Raffles Hotel In Singapore

The Macallan has opened the doors to the first The Macallan House at Raffles Hotel in Singapore, continuing the label’s trajectory of offering whisky enthusiasts exceptional single malt Scotch whiskies. With this new opening, it also brings The Macallan Estate in Speyside, Scotland to life through multi-sensory experiences.

With this new 3,000 square feet experiential retail concept, designed by internationally award-winning architect Jamie Fobert, whose works include the historic Fondaco dei Tedeschi in Venice. The Macallan House brings The Macallan Estate to life, space comprising various elements and areas that highlight The Macallan’s relationship with nature and the unparalleled mastery that goes into whisky-making.

Jaume Ferras, creative director at The Macallan, says: “The Macallan House is unlike anything we have unveiled before – a unique place which captures our unwavering commitment to uncompromised excellence and brings to life the innovation, creativity and connection to nature which have been at the heart of The Macallan for nearly 200 years.”

The Macallan House offers visitors the chance to discover The Macallan Estate in Scotland where its exceptional collection of single malt whiskies is crafted. The experiential elements within The Macallan House highlight the brand’s relationship with nature, showing how The Macallan harmonises with nature. As whisky enthusiasts know, the natural world influences every stage of production in whisky-making. Whisky’s core ingredients water, barley, and yeast draw from the earth’s bounty to create a rich tapestry of flavours. The Macallan has two other ingredients that go into its whiskies wood and time. During maturation, the whisky slumbers in oak casks which gives it its natural amber hue. Nature, therefore, was the obvious choice as a design inspiration for The Macallan House.

An extensive collection of limited-edition and core range single malt whiskies, as well as a beautiful portfolio of lifestyle accessories will be displayed and available for purchase. Visitors can also enjoy The Macallan by the dram or participate in fine-dining experiences.