Glen Parker Single Malt
Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Glen Parker Single Malt whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glen Parker Single Malt whiskey, rather than whisky.
Glen Parker Bottling Note
An easy-going single malt from an unnamed distillery in Speyside, Glen Parker is ever so slightly peaty.
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Has an ok nose but an underdeveloped, off taste and finish that borders on rancid. Look elsewhere.
5th March 2014
freind bought me a bottle back and its a very nice tot
3rd March 2014
well I bought a bottle of this crap and I NOW KNOW what SEWAR WATER TASTES LIKE
22nd January 2014
I like it
You should keep a bottle of this in the boot of your car........just in case you run out of Petrol !
20th January 2014
I buy Glen Parker when it comes up on special here in Australia. It's reasonably unsophisticated but it's smooth, has a hint of peat flavour, slightly sweet and is easy to drink. Not top shelf, but much nicer than cheap to mid price blends.
9th October 2013
waste of money,tasted like cheap bells definitely not a single malt.i should know i have tasted loads over the years.don't buy it.
8th October 2013
bought this bottle by chance. cost $26 in the suburbs of NY. on ice, it was fantastic. smooth and with a sweet aftertaste. light peatiness as well. this is absolutely the cheapest scotch I've purchased and by far from the worst!
17th September 2013
Had it last night at a friends house. I thought it was quite smooth and drinkable. Not very peaty and some fruit in there. Neat no water worth a go.
16th June 2013
This is a terrible whisky: you would be better of with a cheap blend that would come in at least £10 cheaper. Nothing to recommend it. None of the Speyside qualities you might expect.
14th June 2013
£17.99 @ my local shop, bargain if you ask me. Drink it with ice & it's like nectar