Glenglassaugh, a hidden Highland gem in Scotland, lay dormant for over 20 years before it was reawakened in 2008. One of its rarest and oldest expressions is the highly complex Single Malt Scotch distilled in 1975.
Master Blender Rachel Barrie meticulously hand-selected a single bourbon cask to mature this rare whisky for 46 years, resulting in a truly exceptional drink. Every bottle is individually hand-numbered to reflect its rarity and sealed with wax to preserve its character.
Taking inspiration from its coastal location on the Highland coast of Scotland, Glenglassaugh 46 is a whisky shaped by both land and sea, with notes of tropical and summer fruits carried on an ocean breeze. Bottled at 41.7% ABV, it is non-chill filtered and naturally colored, preserving its true flavors. Each bottle is also sealed with wax and numbered by hand to reflect its unique rarity.
Color: Deep golden amber.
Nose: Luscious mango, plum, cherry and black currant, with polished oak, red grape and the seductive scent of ambergris.
Palate: Rolling waves of tropical fruit, cherry, black currant and mango on a breeze of cooling menthol and grapefruit.