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Glen Garioch Virgin Oak

(70cl, 48.0%)
Glen Garioch Virgin Oak

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Whisky or Whiskey

What's in a name? Glen Garioch Virgin Oak whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glen Garioch Virgin Oak whiskey, rather than whisky.

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Glen Garioch Virgin Oak Bottling Note

Glen Garioch use virgin North American white oak casks for the entirety of the maturation for their Virgin Oak release. Using brand new barrels for whisky is becoming quite a trend, and the big, bold flavours that come from this release surely show why.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Oat cereal with a sprinkle of brown sugar. Pine breeze and a vanilla hum.

Palate: A big, chocolate burst, with chewy toffees and sugar coated sweeties. This is followed by the oak that you knew was coming, but it's surprisingly subtle. Spices and cloves too. Complex and tasty.

Finish: Vanilla reappears to calm down the oak spices for a nice, long finish.

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The Burn

I have tried Founders Reserve and 12 yr by Glen Garioch. I found no burn with Founders Reserve but I did with the 12 yr old when I first tried it. After a few weeks after opening the bottle, the burn faded and I hardly noticed it. At first, I was unsure about the 12 yr old but now I like it a lot. I bought another bottle of both and have warmed up to Glen Garioch!

17th January 2014

I just don't get it

OK Just because 3 different expressions of Glen Garioch (Founders reserve, 12 yo and the Virgin oak)haven't done it for me then it does not make them a poor distillery. However I have experienced the 'burn' in all 3 expressions and have not tried anything by these that doesn't. All personal taste of course and to balance the debate Glen Garioch Virgin oak was the most popular at a recent Morrison-Bowmore tasting with nearly half the group preferring it.

13th January 2014

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