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The Glenlossie distillery was founded in 1876 in Lossie, Speyside. Almost a century later, the Manochmore Distillery was built on the same site. The two distilleries form one complex.
Glenlossie has hardly any distillery bottlings. The single malt whisky produced by the distillery has proven particularly suitable for blended whiskies such as Haig and Johnnie Walker. Independent Glenlossie bottlings do appear regularly.
Glenlossie is one of those Speyside distilleries that almost exclusively produces single malt whisky for the blends and therefore remained unknown. However, independent bottlings score well. Like this 20-year-old sherryed one from Alambic Classique. 54.2%
You don't come across a sherryed Glenlossie single malt whisky very often. That makes this 17-year-old bottling by Gordon & MacPhail special. A blend of the typical Speyside character of Glenlossie and sherry tones, without the sherry dominating.
With this 17-year-old Glenlossie single malt whisky, Cooper’s Choice presents a classic, balanced Speysider. Lots of apple in nose and taste, spicy and vanilla and notes of wood from the bourbon barrel. Bottled at 46%, this pleasant dram drinks easily.
Speyside Glenlossie distillery itself hardly releases any bottlings. Almost the entire production goes to blended whisky. For this single malt whisky we have to look for independent bottlings like this. Matured for 20 years on a bourbon cask (56.2%).
Speyside distillery Glenlossie itself hardly releases any bottlings. But that is no problem as long as there are independent bottlings of that single malt whisky like this one of Signatory Vintage. It matured 12 years in 2 bourbon barrels. At 59.3%.
Glenlossie Distillery hardly ever produces bottlings itself. For this single malt whisky, we need to look at bottlings like this from Signatory Vintage. 12 years old, this Glenlossie. In addition to a creamy sweetness, some even taste some peat-smoke!
A solid dram, this young (9 year) Glenlossie single malt whisky from bottler Gordon & MacPhail. With a cask strength of 61.7%, and aged in a 1st fill sherry cask, this whisky may even need a dash of water for some!
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