our hand in history
our hand in history
When you've been hand mashing Scotch malt whisky since 1775, you've seen a thing or two...
the five pairs of hands
the five pairs of hands
When it comes to making whisky, five pairs of hands know the secrets of our success....
hand crafted whisky
hand crafted whisky
Proudly preserving the traditional art of making Scotch malt whisky at Glenturret since 1775.....

 

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The Glenturret has proved to be a whisky connoisseur’s favourite after making it into Scottish Field magazine’s Whisky Challenge Grand Final. Scottish Field’s judges have nominated The Glenturret Sherry Edition malt whisky to go through to the final of this year’s prestigious Whisky Challenge, a competition which subjects some of the country’s finest Scotch whiskies…

The Strathearn Cheese

An artisanal cheesemaker in Perthshire has launched a cheese with a tipsy twist to it: it’s made with The Glenturret malt whisky. Strathearn from Comrie-based Strathearn Cheese is a rennet set cheese hand washed with a brine that’s flavoured with a 10-year-old Glenturret malt. The brine, along with a four-week maturation process, gives the cheese…

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23 Cask Top Web

As Scotland’s oldest working distillery, we have a heritage that dates back to 1775. Over the last 240 years a lot has changed at Glenturret; millions of litres of whisky have been produced; stillmen, cats and even a distillery dog have come and gone and the distillery has survived everything from the great depression of…

101 Rolling Cask

Our stillmen are all craftsmen in their own right and Production Supervisor Ian Renwick brings with him more than just the ability to expertly hand-craft The Glenturret Single Malt. A skilled blacksmith and welder, Ian was a regular visitor to Glenturret Distillery. “My first experience of Glenturret Distillery was when I was working for a…

 


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