Munich-based spirits retailer with its own line of own label Scotch whiskies.
Among its many lines, Munich grocer and delicatessen, Dallmayr, sells a wide range of wine and spirits, including Scotch whisky. Many are bottled under the firm’s own label, as are a range of own-label non-Scotch whiskies.
Dallmayr was founded in Munich in 1870 by Alois Dallmayr, who had purchased an existing merchant business from Christian Reitter. The firm was sold in 1895 to Anton Randlkofer and, after Randlkofer’s death in 1897, his widow took over the running of the company.
The company expanded in the early 20th century and supplied food and groceries to various royal houses in Europe.
In 1931 the company, facing economic hardship, sought to diversify into coffee. The coffee business expanded during the 1950s and in the following decade Dallmayr started to supply coffee vending machines. In 1985, the coffee division was spun off to form Alois Dallmayr Kaffee OHG. Today, the company is run by a fifth generation of the family Florian Randlkofer.
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