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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%.
The first Glen Elgin bottling from Archives for the home market. The single malt whisky matured for 11 years on a bourbon cask. Glen Elgin is fairly unknown, most of the production disappears in blends. This is a good bottle to get to know the brand.
With The Un-Chillfiltered Collection bottler Signatory Vintage releases affordable whiskies, bottled at 46%. They are single or double cask bottlings. This Glen Elgin single malt whisky matured on two (bourbon) casks. This Speyside-whisky is 12 years old.
Certainly not the best known Speyside single malt whisky, Glen Elgin, but that says absolutely nothing about the quality. For those who want to try a malt whisky at cask strength, this 10-year-old bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd is a good option. 55.1%
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 Speyside Glen Elgin distillery stays modestly in the background with its single malt whisky. Then this bottling is a good option to get acquainted. 10 years old and aged in a bourbon barrel, Van Wees bottled it for a nice price.
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