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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%.
A very nice price for this 20 year old Glen Elgin, bottled by A.D. Rattray. This single malt whisky is matured in a bourbon barrel and is bottled at cask strength (55.5%). 279 bottles came out of the cask.
This 21-year-old Glen Elgin went in the bourbon barrel at the end of 1995, and was bottled at cask strength in April 2017 by Elixir Distillers. There came 265 bottles out of the cask. There are still some left!
Bottler The Whisky Agency previously released bottlings of Glen Elgin single malt whisky. These were all assessed as good to very good. And now there is a new Glen Elgin, 23 years old, aged in a bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength (48.2%).
This 22-year-old bottling in Van Wees' The Ultimate series has the characteristic lightness of Glen Elgin, but is also complex and subtle. Oil and wax, fruit, flowers and wood, all present in this mature single malt whisky. At 46%.
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%.
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