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Not very well known, the Glen Elgin distillery, founded in the early 20th century in Dufftown, Speyside. The vast majority of the production is intended for blended whisky, so there is not much left for distillery or independent bottling. The Glen Elgin Distillery therefore hardly promotes itself as a single malt brand.
Not very well known, the Speyside distillery Glen Elgin, but with this 12-year-old standard bottling they present a nice and affordable 'entry-level' single malt. Not too heavy, not too complex, and therefore very pleasant to drink. At 43%.
Although open more than a century, the Glen Elgin Distillery is not very well known. And they do little to promote their single malt whisky. But then there are nice bottlings like this one from Signatory Vintage: a 24-year-old, bourbon-aged malt at 51.3%.
Because the single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Glen Elgin for the most part disappears into the blends, it is not that well known. Fortunately, bottlers like Signatory Vintage come up with editions like this: 25 years old and bottled at 52,3%.
Glen Elgin is another unassuming Speyside distillery that produces for the blends and is best known through third party bottlings. Elixir Distillers bottled four casks of this single malt whisky, that in this case is 12 years old, at a strength of 48%.
Under one of the new, Van Gogh-like labels of Whisky Import Nederland's First Cask series, you'll find this 13-year-old Glen Elgin single malt whisky. To have its brand known, the Speyside Distillery has to rely on third-party bottlings like this. (56.2%)
Like so many Speyside distilleries, Glen Elgin produces its malt primarily for the blends industry. This bottling demonstrates that the single malt whisky in itself can certainly be worth tasting. 12 years old, matured in a bourbon cask and at 57.6%.
Not very well known, the Glen Elgin single malt whisky. Perhaps this Chieftain’s bottling from Ian Macleod is a good bottle for a further introduction to this Speysider. It is a quite young Glen Elgin, aged in a bourbon cask and bottled at 46%.
The new editions in the Cooper's Choice series of The Vintage Malt Whisky Co. are often finished in special casks. For example, this 11-year-old Glen Elgin single malt whisky was finished in a St Croix de Mont wine cask. Bottled in 276 bottles at 55%.
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