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The Glendronach Distillery was erected in 1826 in Deveron, Speyside. Ten years later, the distillery burned to the ground, but not much later there was a new Glendronach distillery. There is much more to tell about the history, but here we mention that Glendronach, very exceptionally, fired its boilers with coal until the beginning of this century. Furthermore, the distillery dried the barley malt until the end of the last century itself, partly with peat fire. This made Glendronach one of the few Speysiders to produce a (slightly) peated single malt whisky. Today, Glendronach is best known for its sherried whiskies.
Glendronach is known for its sherryed single malt whisky. And this 10-year-old Forgue also aged in sherry casks. Forgue is the region where the distillery is located and to which this whisky, with notes of bramberries, oak and ripe barley, is reminiscent.
A fine example of what Glendronach is famous for: sherried whiskies. Let this 12-year-old 'breathe' for a few minutes, and then taste the nice balance between the spirit and the PX and oloroso casks on which it matured. For a reasonable price. At 43%.
Glendronach is best known for its sherried single malt whisky. However, there are also not to be missed Glendronach bottlings that did not mature in sherry casks. This single cask bottling, released in 2013, matured for 10 years in virgin oak! (55.3%)
The 21-year-old The Glendronach Parlaiment is a real sherry bomb! The proven combination of Glendronach single malt and sherry casks reaches a peak here. If you like sherried whisky, you can hardly ignore this bottle!
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