Limited to just 750 hand-numbered bottles, the 2022 release is is an 11-year-old single malt crafted in partnership with The Glenturret's whisky maker Bob Dalgarno.
It is the second of five planned editions of Gleneagles' own whisky, a range which is said by the two companies to encompass their shared commitment to the "warm spirit and hospitality" of their home region of Perthshire.
The 2022 Gleneagles x The Glenturret whisky release will be available to buy from the hotel's whisky boutique, The Still Room, priced at £105 per 70cl bottle; guests who purchase a bottle will be offered a complimentary tour of The Glenturret Distillery. A limited number of bottles will also be kept at Gleneagles' American Bar and Century Bar for visitors to enjoy by the dram.
Daniel Baernreuther, general manager at Gleneagles, said: "We’re so proud to continue our partnership with The Glenturret to create a new limited-edition whisky alongside Scotland’s oldest working distillery, and add the 2022 edition as the sequel in a portfolio that serves as an homage to the countryside we share.
"The warm reception to our first collaboration has allowed us to take the 2022 edition to new levels, developing a spirit that encapsulates the warmth, luxury, and comfort we hope to create for each guest that walks through our doors."
John Laurie, managing director of The Glenturret said: “This project with Gleneagles has been a wonderful opportunity to lean into our shared heritage in Perthshire and continue refining the experience that a dram of 11-year Gleneagles x The Glenturret creates through this exciting five-year partnership.”
Its partnership with Gleneagles is not The Glenturret's only foray into luxury hospitality. In 2021 it opened The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant (named for the distillery's owner, French crystal group Lalique), which secured a Michelin star just seven months later.