Since 1763, numerous colourful characters have added their own stories to the history of The Glenturret. There have been generations of dedicated distillers and farsighted owners, including James Fairlie, who in 1957 after it had been lying silent for more than 30 years brought the distillery back from closure into full production and sought to ‘preserve the traditional methods of distilling and to grow the appreciation for whisky’.

It is this vision that still informs our purpose today and which is brought to life in our new make spirit – the distinctive heart of The Glenturret and the unique thread that binds our long history to our contemporary range. Indeed, the importance of our new make spirit can never be understated – and neither can the skill of those who make it.


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