Glenglassaugh 44 Year Old lands at DDF to celebrate 40th anniversary

By Luke Barras-hill |

The LEP Glenglassaugh 44 Year Old began stocking at Dubai Duty Free from the end of December.

Brown-Forman Corporation has released Glenglassaugh 44 Year Old into Dubai Duty Free (DDF).

The limited edition single malt whisky is an exclusive expression crafted to mark the travel retailer’s four-decade milestone, which was celebrated in December.

In a nod to the brand and retailer’s long-standing partnership, Glenglassaugh 44yo forms part of the Serpentine Coastal Cask Collection and is matured in a Pedro Ximenez cask over the age-statement number of years.

The first bottle hit DDF shelves at the end of December, marking the beginning of distribution.

Only 274 bottles are available, adorned with the unique cask number of #3059.

David Rodiek, Managing Director, VP, Global Travel Retail Brown-Forman, stated: “This exclusive bottling is a sign of our trusting partnership. Our selection of super-premium spirits brands coupled with our focus on quality complement Dubai Duty Free’s commitment perfectly.”

Sharon Beecham, Senior Vice President, Purchasing, DDF said: “We are delighted for the release of this special and exclusive single malt whisky to commemorate our 40th anniversary. It’s a testament to the partnership we share with Brown-Forman in bringing travel retail exclusives and rare collector’s items, which are limited in number, to our customers.”

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