Macallan’s Sixth Masters of Photography Release

Macallan's Sixth Masters of Photography

Since 2008, the famous scotch whiskey distillery The Macallan has been slowly releasing a limited edition series of unique bottling inspired by some of the world’s top photographers: Rankin, Albert Watson, Annie Lebowitz, Elliott Erwitt and Mario Testino. This year, The Macallan Masters of Photography series partnered with Steven Klein to explore an ingredient fundamental in the making of The Macallan: time.

Macallan’s Sixth Masters of Photography

The unspoken fourth ingredient in The Macallan as each bottle of whisky captures a moment in time; to be enjoyed in the future – but always rooted to a time in the past.
According to the distillery, Steven Klein Edition is tied to the theme of time. To that end, Klein used his skills “to create a short film and ten individual images of an incredible tableau.” The whisky is something a first for The Macallan, in that it is their first ever use of casks previously used for Rioja wine, resulting in an expression said to have “sweetness and vibrancy unseen before in any Macallan.”

Macallan’s Sixth Masters of Photography

The Steven Klein release features an exclusive signed print by Klein, a black leather case, a horse head bottle stopper, and a selection of custom barware tools. 1,000 boxes were released, with only 100 dedicated to the US market.

Macallan’s Sixth Masters of Photography

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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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