Except for the teaspoons of whisky disappearing in the Famous Grouse blends (if that still happens), you don’t see a lot of Glenturret whiskies out there. Every now and then an indy bottler releases a little something, and recently, the tiny distillery is releasing their own bottlings too.
43% abv, €50
single malt, non-chill filtered, natural colour
Nose: sweet, ripe fruit, red apples, yellow pears, white grapes
Palate: sweet, fruit, apples, nuts, almonds, chocolate milk, citrus, oranges, a hint of tobacco leaves
Finish: sweet, milk chocolate, medium long, sweetened pipe tobacco
Conclusion: Good stuff, you will not be disappointed.
More info: distilled in 2002, matured in first fill ex Sherry puncheons, and bottled on 21/12/2015.