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Glenturret Whisky


Glenturret Highland Whisky

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.
  • Glenturret 1967/1988 Pure Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 75 cl 50%
    Item no.: 22227865479-140008
    Glenturret 1967/1988 Pure Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 75 cl 50%Glenturret 1967 vintage whisky, bottled at the distillery in 1988 - this Pure Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky will bring joy to any whisky connoisseur who appreciates the fine drops from Glenturret 1967 Cask Strength Distillery: GlenturretVintage: 1967/1988 Age: 21 years Type: Single Highland Malt Whisky Cask number/type: Alc. strength: 50 % Number of bottles: Un-chillfiltered Natural Colour 70 cl Other: in a beautiful velvet box
    • 1pcs.
  • Glenturret 2010/2019 Coopers Choice Ruadh Maor Heavily Peated 8 years old Single Highland Malt 57,5%
    Item no.: 22227865392-8760
    Distillery: GlenturretBottler: The Coopers Choice Vintage: 2010/2019 Age: 8 years Type: Single Highland Malt Whisky Cask number/type: cask ref. 176 - Bourbon Cask Alc. strength: 57,5% Number of bottles: 330 Un-chillfiltered Natural Colour Other: Smoked version of Glenturret70 cl.
    • 1pcs.
  • Glenturret 2010/2020 Coopers Choice 9 years old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 58%
    Item no.: 22227865479-1106-1972519
    Glenturret 2010/2020 Coopers Choice 9 years old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 58%

    Glenturret 2010 Ruadh Maor Heavily Peated is part of the The Coopers Choice range of super products from The Vintage Malt Whisky Co. which was founded in 1992 by Brian Crook, who has more than 20 years of experience in the whisky industry. This 2020 edition has matured over 9 years in Bourbon casks and is heavily smoked single malt from Glenturret (which is normally NOT smoked).

    Distillery: Glenturret
    Bottler: The Coopers Choice
     Year:Distilled: December 2010 Bottled: 2020
    Age: 9 years old
    Type: Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
    Cask number/type: Bourbon Cask / Cask No. #186
    Alc. strength: 58 %
    Number of bottles: 342 pcs.
    Natural Colour
    70 cl
    Other: Ruadh Maor Heavily Peated
    • 1pcs.
  • Beathan 2013/2021 Sherry Butt Oloroso Wilson & Morgan 7 years old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 48%
    Item no.: 22227865432-10141-smal5198
    Distillery: Beathan = Glenturret
    Year: Distilled: 05/12/2013 Bottled: 16/06/2021
    Age: 7 years old
    Type: Single Malt Scotch Whisky
    Cask number/type: Cask No. 713 / American Oak + 1st fill Sherry Butt Oloroso
    Alc. strength: 48 %
    70 cl.
    Other: Wilson & Morgan Barrel Selection - Private Cask
    • 1pcs.
  • Ruadh Maor 2011/2022 Càrn Mòr 11 years Single Highland Malt Whisky 47.5%.
    Item no.: 22227865479-1106-197280321
    Strictly Limited are the younger editions of the Càrn Mòr series. These whiskies are all bottled at 47.5% and typically consist of a smaller cask strength. Previous whiskies in the series have been bottled from Ardmore, Glen Ord, Bunnahabhain, Benrinnes, Ben Nevis, Pultney, Caol Ila, Benriach, Mortlach and many more. This Ruadh Maor single malt whisky was distilled in 2011 at Glenturret distillery and matured for 11 years in a refill sherry hogshead cask before being bottled at a cask strength of 47.5%. The whisky offers a delightful taste with fresh and sweet notes of malted barley and soft peat smoke. The whisky is not chill filtered nor is caramel color added.

    Distillery: Glenturret Ruadh Maor
    Name: Ruadh Maor Càrn Mòr - Strictly Limited
    Bottler: Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers
    Age: 9 years
    Cask type: Bourbon cask
    Type: Single Highland Malt Whisky
    Alc. strength: 47.5%
    Other: 1473 bottles
    70 cl.
    • 1pcs.