"Rémy Cointreau’s liqueurs and spirits division was the force behind the company’s modest sales growth in the year to March, especially its Bruichladdich Scotch whisky brand.
"Bruichladdich was one of the group's star performers (Photo: Bruichladdich)
Bruichladdich was one of the group’s star performers (Photo: Bruichladdich)
Rémy Cointreau’s sales for the year to 31 March totalled €965.1 million (£690m), representing growth of just 0.6%, which the company claims was held back by destocking in Asia.
"However, improved sales in the US and Europe – especially for its Scotch whisky brand Bruichladdich, which doubled in sales globally – helped profits improve well. Operating profit has grown to €156.0 million (£112m), an organic growth of 13.5%, and net profit is up 18%." (article continues)