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Glenturret

The beginnings of the Glenturret whisky distillery are rather vague at best. The owners claim the distillery is one of Scotland’s oldest and it is certainly rumoured that distillation was carried out in the area during the early 18th century, this was, though, by illicit means. It was in 1775, that the Hosh distillery was established by a group of smugglers. The buildings sit at the banks of the River Turret, not far from Crieff.

Today, the distillery is perhaps best known for its housing of the Famous Grouse Experience. The visitor centre is a top tourist draw and was installed in 2002, for the princely sum of £2.5 million. Famous Grouse is one of the world’s best-loved Scotch blends and Glenturret is said to be a component. In 1826, a distillery called Glenturret was established, though it closed a couple of decades later. It was in 1875, that the Hosh distillery adopted the name Glenturret, Thomas Stewart was the manager.

The whisky distillery was sadly closed for much of the early part of the 20th century. Following the acquisition by Mitchell Bros Ltd in 1903 the buildings were used as whisky storage. They deemed that whisky production would not be so lucrative. Mitchell Bros went into liquidation in 1929 and for some time the buildings were used for agricultural storage. Glenturret’s saviour arrived in 1957 in the form of James Fairlie who acquired the distillery and subsequently refurbished it.

Spirit ran from the stills once more in 1959 and, shortly after, the Glenturret distillery was acquired by Remy-Cointreau. Following purchase by Edrington and William Grant and Sons of previous owners, Highland distillers, the Glenturret distillery is under Edrington Group ownership. Glenturret holds its own place in the record books; The Guinness Book of World Records sites Towser, the now woefully deceased cat, as having caught more mice than any other; in her 23 years she is said to have caught 28,899 mice, the real question remains: who counted? There is but one official distillery bottling, though there are independent expressions.

The Glenturret Peated Edition

70cl, 43%

Part of the new Glenturret core range, this peated edition is now bottled at 43%. Peated malt has been produced at the distillery in recent years (around 64,000 litres a year), with much of it going…  More info

The Glenturret Peated Edition
$48.58

The Glenturret Triple Wood

70cl, 43%

The new release of The Glenturret's Triple Wood single malt Scotch whisky created using whiskies drawn from American Sherry oak, European Sherry oak and ex-bourbon casks, and is bottled at 43% ABV.  More info

The Glenturret Triple Wood
$50.36

The Glenturret Sherry Edition

70cl, 43%

From the new Glenturret range, the Sherry Edition single malt Scotch whisky is made with whiskies drawn from both American and Spanish oak Sherry seasoned casks! It has been bottled at 43% ABV (the…  More info

The Glenturret Sherry Edition
$48.58

Glenturret 2002 (bottled 2015) - The MacPhail's Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)

70cl, 43%

The 2002 vintage Glenturret single malt Scotch whisky was bottled in 2015 to join the MacPhail's Collection by the legendary Gordon & MacPhail. Not only is it considered the spiritual home of the…  More info

Glenturret 2002 (bottled 2015) - The MacPhail's Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)
$43.43

The Glenturret Sherry Edition (40%)

70cl, 40%

Well-Sherried single malt Scotch whisky from the Glenturret distillery, the home of the classic Famous Grouse blend. Laid-back but flavoursome, this whisky is packed with Sherried fruit, thick honey…  More info

The Glenturret Sherry Edition (40%)
$48.58

Glenturret 10 Year Old 2005 (cask 95) (Adelphi)

70cl, 57.60%

Independently bottled Glenturret single malt Scotch whisky, distilled in 2005 and bottled in 2015 by Adelphi. 438 bottles of this 10 year old whisky were produced.  More info

Glenturret 10 Year Old 2005 (cask 95) (Adelphi)
$92.39

Famous Grouse Commonwealth Games 2014

70cl, 46.40%

This is a limited edition bottling of Glenturret single malt Scotch whisky, released by the Famous Grouse to celebrate Scotland hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The casks used for this release…  More info

Famous Grouse Commonwealth Games 2014
$161.79

Glenturret 35 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

50cl, 47.70%

Estimated despatch 28th September Here's That Boutique-y Whisky Company's second batch of independently bottled Glenturret single malt, which was aged for 35 years before being bottled. However,…  More info

Glenturret 35 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)
$216.10

Glenturret 28 Year Old 1986 (cask 342) - Cask Collection (A. D. Rattray)

70cl, 50.10%

A 28 year old single malt from the Glenturret distillery in the Highland region, independently bottled by the folks at A. D. Rattray. It was distilled on the very last day of 1986 and set aside to…  More info

Glenturret 28 Year Old 1986 (cask 342) - Cask Collection (A. D. Rattray)
$125.06

Glenturret 15 Year Old 1991

70cl, 55.30%

Distilled in 1991 and bottled in 2006, a 15 year old single malt from the Glenturret distillery.  More info

Glenturret 15 Year Old 1991

Glenturret 16 Year Old 1992 (Signatory)

70cl, 43%

A single cask Glenturret, bottled by Signatory on the 23rd March 2009 following a 16 year maturation in single cask number 826, a refill sherry butt. There are just 845 of these individually numbered…  More info

Glenturret 16 Year Old 1992 (Signatory)

Glenturret 18 Year Old 1990 - Chieftain's Ian MacLeod)

70cl, 46%

An 18 year old from Ian MacLeod's Chieftain's Choice range. This was distilled in October 1990 and aged for 18 years in cask number 91781 before bottling in May 2009. A release of 312 bottles.  More info

Glenturret 18 Year Old 1990 - Chieftain's Ian MacLeod)

Glenturret 19 Year Old 1989 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50%

A single cask Glenturret from the Old Malt Cask range. This was distilled in September 1989 and matured for 19 years in a refill hogshead before bottling in March 2009 by Douglas Laing. An outturn of…  More info

Glenturret 19 Year Old 1989 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1979 Cask 1440 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 48%

Distilled at Glenturret on the 21st December 1979 and matured in hogshead 1440 for 29 years before bottling on the 15th September 2009. This was bottled by Signatory and is part of a limited release…  More info

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1979 Cask 1440 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Glenturret 8 Year Old

70cl, 40%

An 8 year old single malt from Glenturret, the home of Famous Grouse - Scotland's favourite blended whisky.  More info

Glenturret 8 Year Old

Glenturret 14 Year Old 1992

70cl, 59.70%

Distilled in 1992 and aged in sherry casks before bottling at cask strength in 2006. A 14 year old single malt from Glenturret, the key component of the Famous Grouse blend.  More info

Glenturret 14 Year Old 1992

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1979 Cask 1439 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 51.40%

A single cask Glenturret. This was distilled on the 21st December 1979 and aged for 29 years in hogshead number 1439 before bottling on the 3rd December 2009. A release of 184, individually numbered…  More info

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1979 Cask 1439 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Glenturret 22 Year Old 1985 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 55.20%

This single cask Glenturret was distilled on the 12th July 1985, matured in hogshead number 136 for 22 years before bottling on Valentine's Day 2008. A release of 305 bottles, bottled by Signatory.  More info

Glenturret 22 Year Old 1985 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1977

70cl, 55.60%

Distilled in 1977 and aged for 29 years before bottling at cask strength. Whisky Magazine gave this well aged Glenturret a "Recommended".  More info

Glenturret 29 Year Old 1977
$299.60

Glenturret 15 Year Old 1995 (Signatory)

70cl, 43%

This was distilled at Glenturret on the 6th September 1995. It was aged in two hogsheads for 15 years before bottling by Signatory on the 7th March 2011. A release of 774 numbered bottles.  More info

Glenturret 15 Year Old 1995 (Signatory)

Glenturret 17 Year Old 1994 - Old Malt Cask 20cl (Douglas Laing)

20cl, 50%

This is a seventeen year old bottling of Glenturret by Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask Range. The Old Malt Cask range began as a release of fifty bottlings in 1998 to commemorate Douglas Laing's…  More info

Glenturret 17 Year Old 1994 - Old Malt Cask  20cl (Douglas Laing)

Glenturret 16 Year Old 1995 (Signatory)

70cl, 43%

A 16 year old Glenturret distilled in 6th September 1995, aged in a brace (oh yes, I said brace) of hogsheads (numbers 548 and 549) before bottling on the 6th March 2012. A release of 709 numbered…  More info

Glenturret 16 Year Old 1995 (Signatory)

Glenturret 31 Year Old 1979 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 51.60%

This was distilled on the 21st December 1979, aged in hogshead 1444 for 31 years and bottled by Signatory on the 17th January 2011. A release of 230 bottles at cask strength.  More info

Glenturret 31 Year Old 1979 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Glenturret 25 Year Old 1985 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 51.50%

A single cask Glenturret distilled on the 12th July 1985 and aged for 25 years in hogshead 137 before bottling in June 2011 for Signatory's award-winning Cask Strength Collection.  More info

Glenturret 25 Year Old 1985 - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Glenturret 10 Year Old 1997 - The MacPhail's Collection (Gordon and MacPhail)

70cl, 40%

A 10 year old bottling from Glenturret, distilled in 1997 and bottled in 2007 by Gordon and MacPhail.  More info

Glenturret 10 Year Old 1997 - The MacPhail's Collection (Gordon and MacPhail)

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