The Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old, a limited-edition single malt is released as an Asia Travel Retail exclusive expression by Diageo Global Travel.

Available at Singapore Changi Airport, through DFS Group, and Taiwan Taoyuan Airport through Ever Rich Duty Free  The Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old is limited to just 600 bottles and comes with a recommended price of £1,900 (US$2,300).

This is the first expression to be released from ‘Glendullan’s Forgotten Drop Series’, which includes limited-edition whiskies drawn from reserves uncovered by The Singleton’s Master of Malts Maureen Robinson.

 

The Singleton Glendullan 40yo (58.6% ABV) is the oldest liquid ever released from the Speyside distillery since its founding in 1897. The whisky was aged exclusively in refill American oak casks and offers a sweet and spicy profile, featuring hints of honey and ginger, finished with lightly salted nutted oak.

Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old

Regard’ng the release, Maureen Robinson, Master of Malts for The Singleton portfolio, commented;

“The Singleton Forgotten Drop Series is an exciting collection to curate. 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 amount of time these liquids spent maturing in this type of cask makes it so precious. It’s whisky for whisky lovers and The Singleton Glendullan 40 Year Old is a stunning liquid to launch with.”

In addition, Diageo Global Travel Managing Director Dayalan Nayager said:

“The Singleton Glendullan ‘Forgotten Drop Series’ will offer a collection of limited releases for our whisky connoisseurs in travel retail. We’re delighted to introduce this series and work with our Master of Malts Maureen Robinson to unveil such a rare and perfectly crafted single malt.”