There is nothing we love more than watching brands innovate way beyond their bounds. Making unmatched waves in it’s sector, The Glenturret distillery is celebrating an exceptional year packed with 31 international awards, success at a groundbreaking Sotheby’s auction, and a recent collaboration with the country’s most favoured hotel, Gleneagles. Though they are Scotland’s oldest distillery, The Glenturret has slammed its competitors, becoming the first distillery in the country’s history to offer fine dining. Launching The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant back in 2021, the franchise welcomes customers old and new to treat themselves to the carefully crafted elegance of Lalique’s fourth restaurant — on course to receive their first Michelin star by the end of 2022.
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The multi-faceted distillery sets new standards within it’s industry
The restaurant homes the tantalising talents of globally renowned Head Chef, Mark Donald, who blends his passion for incorporating the best of Scottish produce with the coveted flavours from his global experience. Boasting an ample wine list garnered from five continents, it’s no wonder their drinks menu was awarded Best of Award of Excellence at the Wine Spectator Award in 2021.
In an ongoing celebration of all things luxurious, the distillery also collaborated with the Lalique to create Uaine — an impressive single malt held in a jade hand-blown crystal decanter. Designed by Lalique’s Creative Director, Marc Larminaux, the bespoke piece fetched £30,000 at its auction last December, marking an astronomical testament to the brands penchant for perfection.
With The Glenturret gaining momentum and over 200% growth in the last few years, the distillery has carved out its own lane amongst the industries most elite. From it’s beloved whiskey to it’s serious entrepreneurial brain-power, The Glenturret Distillery makes the ultimate experience, both for the senses and our memories.