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The Singleton presents Glendullan 40

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The Singleton has released a 40-year-old Glendullan expression, the oldest ever bottled by the Speyside distillery, as part of the brand’s Forgotten Drop series.

The Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old Forgotten Drop
Top end: The Singleton Forgotten Drop release is Glendullan's oldest whisky bottled yet

The Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old single malt has been aged in refill American oak casks, bottled at a cask strength of 58.6% abv and will retail for around £1,900 (US$2,300).

The whisky is said to offer a twist on the distillery’s ‘signature sweet vanilla and orchard fruit flavours’ with a spiced, lightly salted oak finish.

Only 600 bottles will be released, available to buy exclusively in Taiwan and Singapore Changi travel retail outlets.

The Singleton’s master of malts, Maureen Robinson, said: ‘We have been exploring the deepest corners of our warehouse to find hidden treasures that, due to the stocks, we could never release widely.’  

The Forgotten Drop series is a selection of limited release single malts from The Singleton’s distillery family, which also includes Dufftown in Speyside and Glen Ord in the Highlands.

A 41-year-old Glen Ord expression was released in 2017 under the Forgotten Drop banner, another 600-bottle limited release only available in Asia. 

Future releases of The Singleton Glendullan in the Forgotten Drop series will be available exclusively in travel retail.

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