Glenturret Peated

In the final instalment of my trip to Glenturret I will be mentioning the peated version of Glenturret. The NAS bottle which is part of the Glenturret core range until a new range is developed by the new owners. The warehouse tour on which I tasted this whisky is all laid out in a previous […]

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Glenturrent Single Cask 1987

Carrying on the theme of listing the whiskies from the warehouse tour at Glenturret in the dying embers of 2018 we move on to a single cask. Before continuing though to get an idea of the distillery and what a visit is like see my article on the subject Distillery Visit: Glenturret The Dram In the […]

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The Glenturret 30 Year Old

I recently visited The Glenturret distillery and tried among other things the oldest whisky in their core range. The 30 year old single malt whisky which looks to only be available from the distillery itself. Before reading on if you haven’t already check out my article on my day there at Distillery Visit: Glenturret The Dram […]

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Distillery Visit: Glenturret

The question I get asked a lot is always a compound question. What distillery in Scotland should I visit and when should I go. Which distillery in Scotland to visit is very subjective I would go to anything which you have a knowledge and appreciation for their products in the first instance. Coming into the […]

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The Glenturret 10 Year Old

The Glenturret has been in the news a fair amount in 2018. Having been put up for sale the Glenturret distillery with its Famous Grouse visitor attraction has now been sold and is about to go under a lot of change. Before too much more is done I took a weekend out to drive up […]

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Highland Park 18

There are some whiskies which everyone knows are the best in the world. The marketing has been so consistent and ubiquitous that people start to know it to be true without it ever touching their lips. Like with exotic cars or celebrities is it ever a good idea to buy/meet one of your heroes? The […]

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Octomore 6.1

It’s been a while since I did a review of something coming out of Bruichladdich so that had to be resolved quickly for the start of 2019. This time I have picked up a 5 year old Octomore which was released 5 years ago at the start of 2014 and weirdly is still available from […]

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