Glen Turner 18 Year Old Single Malt Exclusive Reserve (70cl, 40%)
Glen Turner was foundered in France in 1934 by Jean-Pierre Cayard. At the turn of the millennium he moved the company to Scotland where he continued to purchase single malts from undisclosed distilleries for his brand.
The Glen Turner Company was established by French group La Martiniquaise to oversee its Scotch whisky operations, although upon its incorporation in 1981 the group may not have realised just how big that operation would eventually become.
In its infancy the company managed the production and marketing of the Label 5 blend, which has since gone on to be one of the biggest selling blended Scotch whiskies in the world.
Nowadays Glen Turner also operates the Glen Moray single malt distillery in Elgin, the Starlaw grain distillery in Edinburgh, and the production of the Sir Edward’s blend and Glen Turner vatted and single malt.