What's in a name? GlenDronach 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled GlenDronach 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Rich, cereals. Barley, creamy, hazelnut. Oak.
Palate: Fruits, peels, buttery. Pain au chocolat, marmalade on toast, nutty.
Finish: Good length, buttery cereal, toffee.
Very drinkable, quite complex nose with lots of well integrated sherry, great palate giving a juicy sensation (a bit like Highland Park) with satysfying finish. With a great quality for value I really recommend this dram.
28th September 2010
This is beautiful - the sherry leaves a lovely aftertaste and makes you want ot get stuck into this amazing world of single malts even more!
1st October 2012
At the moment number one for me!
19th November 2012
Enjoyed it very much! Great sherried whisky with a little punch. A nice desert...
27th January 2013
Quality stuff for fans of sherry monster Scotch fans. Big interesting nose and a full creamy mouthfeel. I will have one in the cabinet at all times when the mood strikes.
6th February 2013
A great choice for an everyday sipper for the Sherry Scotch fan. Awesome fruity nose, big flavor and lasting finish. 3 and a half stars, maybe 4.
I bought the 12 and 15 Revival. I would suggest the 15 Revival for a few more $.
12th June 2013
I agree with all the comments. This is a good whisky to drink, sweet but not too sweet, nice after taste too. Would I buy another bottle? Yes
30th August 2013
Medium to heavy sherry influence. Nutty and christmas cake taste. Touch of chocolate and peat. Awesome stuff and a must have. Love it to the MAX.
13th September 2013
Nice stuff....definate must have
16th September 2013
A go to Scotch for me. Nice value for the buck. Heavy Sherry with a raisiny...Christmas pudding thing going on.Some toffee and spice with a medium long finish. No peat...yeah. A touch better than the Macallan 12 for me.
25th September 2013
Whilst not going to threaten the whiskey podium... this is a lovely lovely whiskey. A fan of sherried and port finishes... this is one of the better ones. Jason Breen
1st November 2013
After being a long-time fan of Macallan, but sorely disappointed with the last few bottles of their Sherried offerings I've had, I decided it was time for a change. Tried a dram of this and ordered two bottles. Looking forward to a bit over fire-side sipping over Christmas!
29th November 2013