Closed from 1921 to 1959, Glenturret owes his resurrection to a man, James Fairlie who undertook at that time a very important renovation work. Today, this distillery not only produces a single malt very popular with fans, it is also one of the most visited in Scotland. Full of determination and refusing any compromise, this version constantly pushes back the borders supposed to delimit its field of action. Particularly unusual, she has the firm intention to surprise the taster, like the basket of vegetables that the end of the mouth invites us to enjoy.
Profile: rich, the first nose is jammy (mirabelle plum) and vanilla. Then, he becomes confit. At aeration, malted barley covers the aromatic palette. Creamy, the attack on the palate is spicy and vinous (white grape). The mid-palate invites you to pick different vegetables (eggplant, zucchini). The exotic finish (mango, passion) is also marked by red fruits (raspberry, strawberry). Single Cask No. 371 -Hogshead