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The Glen Garioch distillery was founded in 1797 in Aberdeenshire, making it one of the few distilleries from the 18th century that is still active. The name is pronounced as glen-GEE-ree, by the way.
In the 20th century, a large part of the production goes into the VAT69 blend. In 1982, Glen Garioch became the first distillery to switch to gas-heated boilers. Until 1985,the Glen Garioch single malt whisky has a more peated character. After that, more 'fruit' comes into the taste. Rumor has it that this has to do with the transition in 1984 to a new owner, the Japanese Suntory.
A nice, robust standard whisky from this Highland distillery. Matured in bourbon and sherry casks and bottled at 48%. And that at a very acceptable price. That you pronounce Glen Garioch as Glen Geeree does not matter then.
A real old-school sherried whisky, this at cask strength bottled Glen Garioch. Striking is the 'grown-up' balance between the influence of the sherry casks on which this malt matured and the spirit. This makes the whisky taste older than 15 years.
This '2nd chapter' from Glen Garioch's The Renaissance series is a beautifully balanced mix of single malt that matured for 16 years in bourbon and sherry casks. The Glen Garioch character stands out well between the influences of the casks. At 51.4%.
A pleasant and fairly complex standard bottling, this Founder’s Reserve from Glen Garioch. This malt combines the tones and tastes of the spirit and the bourbon and sherry casks on which it matured in a surprising way. At 48%.
This '1st chapter' from Glen Garioch's The Renaissance series is a well-balanced mix of single malt that matured for 16 years in bourbon and sherry casks. The ‘old’ Glen Garioch profile is also present. Bottled at cask strength (51.4%).
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