Although a recent purchase this bottle of the Glenturret 10 (700ml, 40%) must be an older bottling. First off the label looks very different from the one the Glenturret website. Also interesting is the Greek writing on the back label, suggesting that it was originally destined for Greece. I was told that this bottle came from another store that was liquidated or closed. I don't recall having had a Glenturret so I was keen to try this and see if I needed to buy a few more. Despite it's relative low 40% alcohol I added a small teaspoon of water in my brandy snifter. The nose is quite aromatic, sweet notes of sherry, mandarin rind, and caramel combined with cereal and malt notes, followed by a gentle spirity nose. There is also a hint of mineral oil but that could be my imagination. The palate is gentle and non-confronting, malt and cereal to the fore, followed by a sherried but dry expression and a decent spiritiness despite the standard alcohol level. When I got to the end of the glass it occurred to me that it developed a delicate white wine element. This is a very decent dram and I would say highly suited as an aperitif whisky. Yes, I went back and bought the remaining two bottles. Cheers .................... Mahmoud.