What's in a name? GlenDronach 18 Year Old Allardice whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled GlenDronach 18 Year Old Allardice whiskey, rather than whisky.
Am a regulam user of glendronach so nice,am from india
29th May 2010
Fruity and spicy and so tasty. I would recommend this for any new whisky drinker. pure nectar in a glass.
20th November 2010
Had bottle of 18yr three years ago, and that was pure joy, unbelivable,
but last two bottles, one from this shop, and another from local shop in Huntly are different, still nice but not like before, go for 21 yr!
24th July 2012
...after a very enjoyable 15 y.o. Revival. But in the present case we have just a solid Higland whisky with a distinctive Speyside profile. No more, no less.
9th August 2012
This Glendronach is one of my favorites dram. Buy it now!
15th August 2012
Maybe the weakest malt of the Glendronach range. Very fruity, but not much complexity. 15 yo Revival has a lot more to offer.
28th January 2013
9th March 2013
A wonderful and pleasureable tasting experience. Recommend this to everyone and this malt is set to become a star
12th May 2013
13th May 2013
Delicate flavours, smooth - have I said that already? - an exceptionally fine dram.
13th June 2013
This word must be the most over-used, trite, dull and totally uninspiring way of describing a whisky. I see it on almost every review. x
20th June 2013
One of my favorite single malt Scotches. If you've only ever had a whisky "finished" in a sherry cask, this is a much different experience. Glendronach 18-year old spends the entire time in sherry casks and the the nose, palate, and finish are all a great balance of malt and sherry. Every day is special when you have a dram of G18.
17th July 2013