Raise a Dram for World Whisky Day

As recruiters for Scotland’s makers, it’s no surprise we’ve worked closely with many of the Whisky producers across the country.

We’ve recruited for small independent distillers, to those who are part of major international brands. Distilleries dating back hundreds of years to those starting up new sites, continuing the traditions of old well into the 21st century.

Our role, in this unique and historic industry has been to source the skills, knowledge and experience needed to ensure that legacies are protected, new technologies are embraced and of course, quality remains at the heart of everything.

This Saturday, 21st May is World Whisky Day, a day of global celebration of all things whisky and with that in mind we wanted to acknowledge the many incredible distilleries we work with.

In Scotland, whisky is often referred to as the water of life and we have found it’s with this same spirit that the whisky industry is a key part of Scottish life.

Our recruiters are fortunate to have had tours of many of distilleries, their bottling halls, warehouses and visitors’ centres (possibly with the odd sample along the way) and have gotten to learn what makes each site, like the whiskies they produce, unique.

We are proud that in our more than two decades of working with Scotland’s finest producers, we have had, in some small way, the opportunity to leave our own mark and become part of the current and future chapters of the great whisky story.

To all our customers in the whisky sector, to you this weekend, we’ll raise a glass and say to you happy World Whisky Day, slainte!


To get in touch with our team for career opportunities or to discuss hiring needs:

foodanddrink@escaperecruitment.com

01506 461445

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