Notification: Please enable JavaScript and reload this page. Malts requires all users to enter their date of birth and country for verification of legal drinking age.
facebook-square pinterest-square twitter-square YouTube angle-down angle-left angle-right angle-up body caret-down caret-left caret-right caret-up casks character cross distillation Distillers-Edition Drops-of-Wisdom-close Drops-of-Wisdom-info Drops-of-Wisdom-orientation-arrow fermentation finish highlands islands left-arrow lowlands magnifying mashing minus nose palate Playhead plus process qq quote right-arrow scotland-outline scotland-shape Special-Release speyside star-half-empty star-half star-o star wechat weibo type-of-malt minus2 plus2

Perfectly balanced, naturally rich and smooth.

The Singleton of Glendullan

The perfect

Best enjoyed neat or with a drop of water.


The greenwood, citrus fresh flavours and dry spice of Glendullan makes it delicious with buffalo mozzarella and air-cured hams.

More food pairings


Mandarin: The deeper, almost sherried notes of the 18 year old find new inspiration in the succulent citrus of the mandarin in this whisky sling.

More food pairings

1000 + 20 /40 2550

The Singleton of Glendullan 18 Years Old On The Flavour Map
Taste the character and craft in every drop.


Speyside’s clean, elegant nature is evident here.


Rich, old gold. Good viscosity.


Dry, rich and complex: hard toffee and faint dry fruits are backed by a hint of polished walnut and leather


Medium to full bodied with good viscosity.


Very soft, with a smooth texture and sweet taste but also a fresh acidity that deepens into a rich spicy note of herbs, heading towards chilli-pepper.


Soft, dry and rounded. Adding water allows a pleasant nutty spiciness to come through, recalling the cigar-box found on the nose.


Distillery: GlendullanTM

Age: 18 years old

Strength: 40% ABV

Place of Origin: Dufftown

Region: Speyside


in brief… An extra-mature, dense, smooth and peppery Singleton, that becomes cooler and deliciously subtle with a little water.

in a sentence… The driest and most mature malt in the Singleton of Glendullan stable has a clear structure yet still retains its central core of sweet fruit.


Dry, rich and complex with a mild nose-feel, backed by black pepper and mature notes of cigar-box. Hard toffee and faint dry fruits, such as over-ripe banana, pears and plums, are backed by a little hint or two of polished walnut and leather. A chocolate note is clear, but the fruits are still dominant. A little water allows things to become more open and fragrant: floral notes, mature wood and faint minerality; perhaps suggesting Darjeeling tea leaves? Overall, clean and very elegant.


Very soft, with a smooth texture and sweet taste (chocolate-coated shortbread) but also a fresh acidity that deepens into a rich spicy note of herbs, black cherry and sweet liquorice, heading towards chilli-pepper. With a little water the taste remains sweet without being cloying, and is now attractively palate-cooling.

Welcome to the new shop, Jess!

Our new online shop allows you to buy and browse all the malts featured on

You can use your existing account to complete your purchase, or checkout as a guest.

You agree that Diageo may disclose your personal information, which you provided when you registered to become a Member of Malts, with BlackSquare, who is the retailer of products sold on malts.comfor providing a better consumer experience. You herby consent to have read and agreed to the BlackSquare privacy policy.