Last year Glenturret celebrated 240 years of distillation, claiming to be the oldest distillery still in operation still in Scotland. Apart from the locals of Creif, Glenturret was quite unknown as a Single Malt for many years, instead going almost entirely towards blending, especially for the Famous Grouse. Now with the BAFTA award winning Famous Grouse Experience receiving 70,000 visitors a year, Glenturret Single Malt has earned a name in its own right and now has three single malts in its core range included a peated malt. Glenturret has just one set of still producing a meagre 170,000 litres a year. 

Glenturret is open to visitors. 


Glenturret Peated
Following the recent trend towards peated single malts, Glenturret have begun peating their barely for three months of the year....
Glenturret Sherry Cask
Glenturret is one of, if not possible the oldest distillery in Scotland, still in operation. The Sherry Cask is one...
Glenturret Triple Wood
Claiming to be the old distillery in Scotland, Glenturret has recently released three new expressions of its malt. Region: Highland...