I found this a little challenging on the nose with dry leather and woody tannins initially but once it has breathed a fairly classic Dundee cake/Fruit cake nature arises from the ex-European oak cask maturation. 84/100
A Highland peaty expression that combines thick peat smoke influences with Glenturret’s fruity spirit profile. 84/100
A beautiful expression, quite complex but very drinkable. Lots going on in here but all very complementary the result is Baklava, buttery pastry, honey/syrup, nuts and gentle spices combined to perfection. 85/100
Reminiscent of the process and aromas of the washbacks and mash tun, grassy cereals, doughy yeast and stone fruits.
Glenturret 2002 The MacPhail’s Collection Whisky Review Category: Highland single malt scotch whisky Origin: Glenturret Distillery Bottling: Gordon & MacPhail, The MacPhail’s Collection ABV: 43% Cost: £40.19 What they say: Gordon & […]
Review: Glenturret 9 Years Old 2006 Cask #545 – Ewan MacGregor Category:Highland single malt scotch whisky Origin: Glenturret Distillery Bottling: Official – bottle-your-own ABV:58.6% ABV Cost:£75 for 70cl exclusively from Glenturret Distillery […]
Glenturret 25 Years Old 1988 Bourbon Single malt scotch whisky 51.8% ABV, £130 for 70cl Score: 88/100 What they say: This Adelphi Glenturret was distilled in 1988 and bottled in 2014 from […]
Glenturret 10 Year Old (Official Bottling) 40% ABV, £34.99 for 70cl Score: 84/100 What they say: The Glenturret 10 year old single malt whisky, produced at Scotland’s oldest distillery, the Brand home of […]