We are proud to announce the release of The Glenturret Old Course St Andrews Limited-Edition in partnership with St Andrews Links, carefully drawn from 18 specially selected casks inspired by the famous holes at the Home of Golf.
For more than 600 years, the Old Course has felt the tread of every great champion, and those who have followed in their footsteps. It is a living, breathing timeline, created by mother nature and cultivated by those who preserve the land for future generations.
Inspired by this hallowed turf, The Glenturret Whisky Maker Bob Dalgarno has drawn from 18 specially selected casks to create this LIMITED-EDITION SINGLE MALT, crafted around each of the famous holes of the Old Course.
The Glenturret’s Whisky maker, Bob Dalgarno said:
“On visiting St Andrews and walking around the Old Course with course manager Gordon McKie, I was struck by the natural beauty, the tranquillity, and the feeling of history under my feet. I wanted to create a whisky that embodied both the Old Course itself and the many people who have walked its fairways and greens.”
150 Bottles of The Glenturret Old Course St Andrews Edition have been filled, each numbered by hand. The Glenturret Lalique designed bottle is presented in a custom-made St Andrews Old Course box with two Lalique Crystal Glasses and an exclusive Old Course book.
Danny Campbell, Commercial Director for St Andrews Links said:
“This is an extremely exciting collaboration between the world’s oldest golf course and Scotland’s oldest working distillery to create a unique bottling that will be hugely sought-after by golf and whisky enthusiasts around the world. We are pleased to work with The Glenturret to add another piece of history to the illustrious and unrivalled story of the Old Course.”
Managing Director John Laurie adds:
“The Glenturret is hugely proud of this collaboration with St Andrews Links. On a global scale, Scotland is recognised in equal measure for our world-class golf as it is for incredible whisky. With St Andrews being the Home of Golf and The Glenturret being Scotland's oldest working distillery, it just made sense that we should come together to celebrate two of Scotland's most significant products. Our team spent time with the custodians of the golf course at the Old Course, and what was immediately apparent was the prowess and passion that goes into making this the most outstanding golf course in the world. We were able to reflect on the similarities to how we make our whisky by hand and heart.”