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The accolades keeping flowing in for The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery, Scotland’s most visited distillery. The historic whisky distillery was just listed as the number one sight to see in Crieff on TripAdvisor, the website that features advice from millions of travellers.  The attraction,...

Glenturret Distillery last week welcomed a visit from the son of a man who is understood to have single-handedly saved the traditional art of Scotch whisky production from extinction. Glenturret’s release of The James Fairlie in November, an exceptionally rare 32 year old single malt, sold...

As Scotland’s Oldest Working distillery, Glenturret Distillery knows a thing or two about the world of fine drams. Our Drammolier, Lucy Whitehall, knows plenty about whisky too and is here to share her dram good expertise on some of whisky’s most talked about debates. To Mix...

After a short period of loneliness, Turret, one of this year’s feline additions to the multi-award winning team at The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery in Crieff, will be seeing in the New Year with “tails” of auld lang syne and his new furry...

Join Glenturret Distillery’s very own DrammolierTM, Lucy Whitehall, as she takes on some of the biggest debates in the world of whisky and shares her dram good expertise, straight from Scotland’s oldest distillery. To give or not to give “As we venture further into December, the festive...

Glenturret Distillery’s latest release, The James Fairlie Edition, has sold out on general release in under 120 minutes, prompting the Distillery to reserve the last remaining nine specially numbered bottles for a ballot allocation which will take place next week. Marking 240 years of distilling on...

A traditionally Scottish collaboration between two leading Perthshire based craft producers, Glenturret Distillery and Inveralmond Brewery, has delivered the region’s first beer to be aged in Glenturret whisky casks. Launching Ooskabeer Batch #1 at a wintery Perth’s St Andrews Day Festival Market at the weekend,...