What's in a name? Glen Elgin 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glen Elgin 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Cereals. Rich. Malt. Smoky espresso, honeycomb.
Palate: Soft, malty. Honey, lightly salted butter on toasted sultana loaf. Hints of tiramisu.
Finish: Good length, barley, toasted oats.
Great nose followed by a smooth, rich taste. Excellent dram for the spring or summer.
24th April 2014
although the nose is rich and the taste is good, this whisky doesnt deliver. The taste is good, but dry and faint. Finish is hardly present.
I've read a lot of very good things about this whisky... I wonder why..
26th February 2014
A lovely bright whisky. Definite apple notes. I've enjoyed my bottle but it hasn't been a standout.
11th December 2013
There are a few nice malty, honey, tiramisu notes here but nothing really spectacular, no doubt if given a craft presentation it would have more weight to the flavor.
28th August 2013
A very interesting speyside, one of the good ones I had in years. Try it!
28th February 2013
One of the best spey malts I've tried (and I've tried a few). Very moorish. Definitely worth giving a try, you will not be disappointed
19th November 2012