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The Glenturret Reveals Four New Whiskies

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The Glenturret – which claims to be Scotland’s oldest working distillery – has released four new whiskies: Triple Wood, 10-year-old Peat Smoked, a 12-year-old and a 15-year-old [along with two limited edition whiskies, a 25-year-old and 30-year-old].

The Glenturret Triple Wood was aged in three casks: American, Sherry and Bourbon, bottled at 43% alcohol by volume [86 proof] and is said to contain notes of caramel, ginger and vanilla. It is being made available for $60 per bottle.

The Glenturret 10 Years Old Peat Smoked was bottled at 50% alcohol by volume and is said to contain notes of citrus fruit, heather, sea salt and vanilla. It is being made available for $65 per bottle.

The Glenturret 12-year-old whisky was bottled at 46% alcohol by volume [92 proof] and is said to contain notes of apple, fruit cake, ginger and walnuts. It is being made available for $80 per bottle.

The Glenturret 15-year-old was bottled at 55% alcohol by volume [110 proof] and is said to contain notes of lemon zest, toffee apple and spice. It is being made available for $145 per bottle.

The Glenturret 25-year-old is limited to 204 bottles, has been bottled at 44.5% alcohol by volume [89 proof] and is said to contain notes of apple, caramel, cinnamon, ginger, lemon and vanilla. It is being made available for $1,270 per bottle.

The Glenturret 30 Years Old was bottled at 45.7% alcohol by volume [91.2 proof] and is said to contain notes of apple, pear, tropical fruit and vanilla. Only 750 bottles are being made available for $2,000 per bottle.

All of the new Glenturret whiskies will be available in Australia, China, France, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, Taiwan and the UK [as well as online from The Glenturret website].

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