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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 Lowlands. 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.
The Glengoyne 10 year old standard bottling has a new look: a new style of label and box. But the single malt whisky itself has also been renewed, mainly due to the maturation process in different types of casks. But still for a great price! (40%)
If you're looking for an everyday single malt whisky, one that never bores and is affordable, then this could be it: the Glengoyne 12, Unhurried Since 1833. New label and box style and, more importantly, matured in various types of cask. Bottled at 43%.
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%.
Almost two centuries old already, the Glengoyne Distillery. Since 2003 the property of bottler Ian Mcleod who immediately boosted the quality of this single malt whisky. Like this Cask Strength edition that matured in sherry and bourbon casks. (59.2%)
With this Chapter II in the Legacy Series, the Glengoyne Distillery releases a pleasantly drinkable single malt whisky at a friendly price. The whisky matured in both bourbon and sherry casks. The very 'fruity' nose is striking. Bottled at 48%.
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