Glenturret claims to be the oldest active distillery in Scotland, but as is often the case with extravagant PR claims, the truth is never quite so simple. What is not in question is that officially distillation has taken place in the Crieff area on the site now occupied by the Glenturret distillery since at least 1775, with some sources indicat ... Read More »
The replacement for the old 12yo as the distillery's standard bottling, Glenturret 10yo has a deliciously rich, fruity character. You can see why Famous Grouse is so successful with Glenturret as its backbone.
A 34 year old single cask Glenturret, bottled from cask number 1 in 2012 by Berry Brothers and Rudd. This is the second 34yo Glenturret they've released in a short timeframe and we are hoping this is just as fantastic as the previous bottling.
A rare official bottling from Glenturret, this is a single cask from the now much-revered 1977 vintage, released at full strength way back in October 2006 after 29 years in the wood. Just 246 bottles were yielded from the cask.
A limited edition bottling of 1977 vintage whisky from Glenturret, normally found at the heart of the Famous Grouse blend. This has been aged for 27 years before being bottled in 2004 to produce a sweet and smooth whisky with toffee and elegant oak.