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The Singleton Of Glendullan

The youngest of The Singleton distilleries by a year, Glendullan brings a light, delicate, greenwood flavour to the family of three

The youngest of The Singleton distilleries by a year, Glendullan brings a light, delicate, greenwood flavour to the family of three. This is the gift of the American oak casks, the insides of which the liquid caresses to yield a whisky with the subtle softness of fresh orchard fruits.

The Character
Light, Fresh and Sweet

The influence of American Oak

American Oak brings subtle, honeyed hints to The Singleton of Glendlullan range, with a touch of European Oak offering a balancing dryness. It’s this combination that rounds off the edges and enhances the sweet vanilla and orchard fruit flavours.
Taste profile Flavour Map

Citrus fresh and super dry

Notes of apple and pear, chewy raisins and juicy red strawberry fruit, all perfectly balanced by a smooth, drying spiciness. A special selection of American and European Oak casks makes sure that those fruity, natural flavours stay in perfect balance throughout maturation.

Discover the Flavour Map


Built in 1897, the last of seven distilleries founded in Dufftown, Glendullan was the brainchild of blenders from Aberdeen by the name of William Williams and sons.
With solid business acumen and a private railway siding, the Williams gave Glendullan a healthy start in life.
So solid in fact that it took the barley shortages of the Second World War to halt production – though the momentous world event caused only a seven year blip in the history of this exceptional malt.

By the banks of the River Fiddich

From the wooded hills of Dufftown

Surrounded by the Convall hills, Dufftown is home to many distilleries. It’s easy to see why, with access to fertile soil and fresh water, over the generations this Speyside town has been transformed into a mine of liquid gold. And, with its green apple freshness, honey and sweet vanilla, Glendullan does its Dufftown contemporaries proud.