Glenturret

Independent Bottlings

Douglas Laing


Posted 22 September 2017

Independent bottler Douglas Laing’s ‘Old Particular’ is a range of single casks whiskies (both single malts and single grains) from across the regions of Scotland. Bottled with natural colour, unchill-filtered and at cask strength, Old Particular bottlings offer the discerning drinker an experience which they claim is close to ‘…sampling a dram straight from its cask in the hallowed surroundings of a distillery warehouse’.


Gordon & MacPhail


Posted 10 January 2019

The second of two TWE exclusive G&M Connoisseur’s Choice bottlings released in December 2018 – this one has spent 14 years in a refill sherry hogshead (I dare say a particularly active refill sherry cask). 296 bottles have been produced at an ABV of 55.1% - they’re available for £94.95 from The Whisky Exchange.


Scotch Malt Whisky Society


Posted 31 January 2019

If any of you tried last month’s 16, you’ll know what to expect here. Those that didn’t well – hold tight. 7 year old peated Glenturret that’s been drawn from a recharred hogshead. Heavily peated profile.


Posted 02 May 2019

We’ve seen a little run of weirdly peated Glenturrets the last few months – here’s the latest – a 7 year old matured in a recharred hogshead. View on SMWS


Posted 31 October 2019

Peated Glenturrent – always something to look out for in my opinion. This example has been fully matured in a re-charred hogshead for 9 years.

View on SMWS


Posted 14 November 2019

An interesting maturation journey this one – 17 years in a port pipe and then transferred into a 2nd fill HTMC (high toast, medium char) puncheon.

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The Waxhouse Whisky Company


Posted 23 March 2020

Community has been, and still is, a cornerstone of whisky. From the creation and support of local employment through to bars, whisky clubs and festivals. Whilst the category is rich with history and craftsmanship – it’s the people who truly drive whisky. In Scotland alone, some 10,000 are directly employed by distilleries and within the supply-chain – expand this to the UK and the figure is well over 40,000. Historically, distilleries provided both a place of work and a focal point for the community – and in many places, particularly those more rural, this is still the case today – the sector, and the interest in it is vital to both employment and investment throughout the Highlands and Islands.


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