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Whisky is liquid sunshine.

Shining some sunshine on a whisky career that now spans four decades, Glenturret Distillery’s latest release, Cameron’s Cut, was laid down to rest in 1987 and will be bottled this winter to mark our Distillery Manager Neil Cameron’s 40th year in the industry.

Neil’s lifelong passion for Scotland’s favourite drink is firmly distilled in The Glenturret brand where tradition that is at the heart of what we do: making whisky the same way it was made in 1775 when the distillery first opened. It is this passion and skill that led to his recognition as Icons of Whisky Distillery Manager of the Year 2016.

This rare limited collector’s edition 29 Year Old cask strength single malt is a unique Glenturret expression and you are being given exclusive access to our ballot to purchase one of only 209 bottles available for sale.

BALLOT

Applications to take part in the ballot are now closed. For information about future Glenturret releases, sign up to our e-newsletter here.

SPECIAL BOTTLE NUMBERS

There are 29 special bottle numbers for this release as follows:

3, 4, 5, 8, 13, 29, 87, 88

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100

110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 210

Price: £390

Includes: Special Numbered Bottle of The Glenturret Cameron’s Cut including a signed letter from Neil Cameron plus a Tasting Experience for Two at Glenturret Distillery and the opportunity to collect your bottle in person from Neil Cameron at the distillery.

To purchase a special number bottle, as only a few remain, please call 01764 656565.

GENERAL BOTTLE NUMBERS

There will be 180 bottles available for this release.

Price: £290

Includes: General Numbers Bottle of The Glenturret Cameron’s Cut

BUY NOW

This malt is sold by our friends at The Famous Grouse Experience – the BUY NOW link will take you to their site.

TASTING NOTES

Colour: Golden amber
Nose: Well balanced, good age, fruity,  slightly sweet & sour, buttered popcorn
Palate: Spicy, lavender notes, nicely rounded, melon
Finish: Lingering, slightly dry, hint of oak