Glen Turner Malt Scotch
"Brought to maturity over eight long years of ageing in oak casks, GLEN TURNER 8-year-old Rare Reserve is a unique whisky whose characteristic flavour and bouquet are punctuated with slightly peaty vanilla notes. GLEN TURNER's renown is the fruit of skilled craftsmanship handed down through the generations. Produced from the purest malted barley, GLEN TURNER is made in the traditional way and aged for years in oak casks, a crucial period during which GLEN TURNER develops its unique character and acquires all its finesse."
18th December 2016http://www.la-martiniquaise.com/en/brand/glen-turner/
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