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The Glengoyne Distillery was built in 1833 in such a way that the distillery building is in the Western Highlands and the casks warehouse in the Speyside. So, exactly on the border. In fact, the history of Glengoyne and the single malt whisky that it produced until 2003 is not very special. In 2003, Ian Mcleod blenders & bottlers acquires Glengoyne and this company immediately begins to raise quality of the single malt whisky.
For a reasonable price you get a pleasant, beautifully balanced Highland malt with this 10-year-old Glengoyne. There are a lot of flavors to discover, especially on the fruit and grain side. A good ‘entry-level’ whisky.
Officially a Highland distillery, but because of its location some people think it belongs more to the Lowlands. But what does it matter! This 18-year-old is a beautiful, complex and interesting whisky with rich wood influences. A typical Glengoyn. At 43%
Glengoyne matured in a bourbon cask, not something that you will see very often. We are very impressed with the quality of the Glengoyne spirit and the maturation in bourbon. Dried fruit, grapefruits, oranges and a little bit of spices. Oily and thick!
'Full, round and elegant in taste. A nice balance between the influx of oak and the sherry tones.' Just some reviews. Would you like to taste an old, sherried whisky? Then this 21-year-old Glengoyn is a great candidate! At 43%.
A must for those who love sherry single malt whisky, this 25-year-old Glengoyne, if you rely on the particularly good reviews this Highlander gets. An intense and complex dram that constantly develops in the glass, elegant but robust.
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