The Glenglassaugh distillery restarted production in November 2008 using the traditional equipment and methods to  make the unique whisky. In March 2013, The Benriach Distillery Company acquired the Glenglassaugh distillery to join the Benriach and Glendronach Distilleries.

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Part of a pair of 2016 releases from Glenglassaugh aged in small, octave casks. The unpeated bottling has sweet and citrus-fruit notes and a toasty finish.

Glenglassaugh Octaves Classic
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Released in 2016 as part of a pair of whiskies fully matured in small, octave casks. This is the peated expression and is smoky and subtly sweet with notes of plums and black pepper.

Glenglassaugh Octaves Peated
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Torfa is a new 2014 release from Glenglassaugh. Fully matured in ex-bourbon barrels and peated to 20ppm, this is the first peated whisky from this revived distillery.

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Glenglassaugh Torfa
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The second edition of Evolution, the follow up to Revival. A limited release showcasing their spirit's interaction with ex-Tennessee whiskey casks, this was matured in barrels that used to contain George Dickel.

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Glenglassaugh Evolution
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A new 2013 release which marks a change for Glenglassaugh. The previous releases of their 40 year old have been single casks, but, from now on, they will be releasing a vatting of casks as an ongoing release. Presented in the same 'teardrop' shaped decanter as the 30yo, this has seen a lot of sherry-wood influence, so can be expected to be rich and flavoursome.

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Glenglassaugh 40 Year Old
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