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Glenturret Flys 16 Masters Edition Review

Tamnavulin Single Malt Released a short while back in May, the Glenturret Fly's 16 masters edition is named so after a photograph was discovered featuring Fly, the distillery managers dog, and the 16 men who worked at the distillery at the time.

This dram has captured the character of Glenturret really well, that malty biscuity, lightly toasted bread note that is omni-present in Glenturret drams is here and in abundance.

A real tasty dram with an interesting pedigree, this is one to snap up if you find it.

Many Thanks to Glenturret for the Official Sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

malty biscuity notes, Soreen malt loaf, freshly scraped vanilla pod, rich fruits, citrus peel, candies fruits, lightly toasted bread

Palate

Very malty, gentle sweetness, lightly toasted brown bread, candied fruits, tangy juicy and very much of the distillery character

Finish

Sweet, toasted cereal, long lasting

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Glenturret Flys 16 Masters Edition
Age: 16
ABV: 44.00
Distiller: Glenturret
Bottler: Glenturret
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Highland
Posted: 11/11/2016 by Tom



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