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The Glenturret 12 Year Old (2022 Release)

(70cl, 46%)

The Glenturret 12 Year Old (2022 Release)

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The Glenturret 12yo 2022 Bottling Note

The Glenturret Distillery's annual release of 12-year-old single malt is here! This 2022 expression spent its time resting in a combination of American oak hogsheads and European oak casks, resulting in a wealth of creamy vanilla, oily oak and spiced fruit character.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Nutty barley, vanilla custard, and fruit studded biscuits, with delicate spices building in the distance.

Palate: Cinnamon buns with dustings of sugar are followed by plump raisins, spiced apple, and cream-filled pastries. Gingery warmth develops alongside rich toasted oak.

Finish: Dense oak brings notes of runny caramel, rich char, and more creamy vanilla, finishing up with spiced, buttered fruit loaf and a touch of zest.

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Glenturret 12 Year Old (2022 Release) Reviews

Not as good as 2021 release.

Didn't get to try the 2020 release of this but enjoyed a bottle of the 2021 release recently. Absolutely superb bottle hence buying the 2022 release. This one is just a little less rich for me, maybe a few tired casks were in this batch, and the price has gone up another few quid. Not worth the £67.

1st September 2022

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