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The Singleton

Bringing pleasure from the first sip, this is a striking family of Single Malt Scotch Whiskies that everyone can enjoy

Bringing pleasure from the first sip, this is a striking family of Single Malt Scotch Whiskies that everyone can enjoy.

The Singleton Brands
Find out more about the 3 great names that make The Singleton unique

The Singleton of Glen Ord

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The Singleton of Glen Ord

The only Highlander in the family.

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The Singleton of Glendullan

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The Singleton of Glendullan

Another Speysider – our youngest by a year.

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The Singleton of Dufftown

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The Singleton of Dufftown

At the heart of Speyside.

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THE SINGLETON FAMILY

Pleasure from the first sip.

Whether it’s Dufftown Sunray, the 12 year old Glen Ord, or the extra-mature 18 year old from Glendullan – the latest, immediately enjoyable expressions from this vibrant family of 19th century distilleries opens up the world of Single Malt Scotch Whisky for those new to its delights. And, from cocktails like the Tailfire Berry Jam Sour to food pairings such as Sunray and Tarte Tartin, the three are also bringing fresh inspiration to those long-time whisky lovers looking to explore fresh, exciting flavours.
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A Family Full of Flavour

It’s hard to imagine summarising whiskies from three distinct distilleries. Where would you begin: the nutty cereal notes of Dufftown’s palate, the fresh orchard fruits of Glendullan, or Glen Ord’s dark berries? All perfectly balanced, rich and smooth to the finish. Crafted to be instant favourites, not one of these expressions could be called an acquired taste. In fact, The Singletons have a quality the experts call ‘welcoming’: comprising of the best, most appealing and enjoyable flavours from the spectrum of Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

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The Singleton Bite Club

The Singleton lends itself to so many flavour combinations, we decided to see what Berlin’s street food collective Bite Club would make of our Dufftown whiskies.

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