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Glen Parker Single Malt

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Parker Single Malt

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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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Glen Parker Single Malt Reviews

Love lt

I am a dedicated whisky drinker and have enjoyed various malt but this is my favourite

30th August 2020

Easy drinking

Actually not bad at all ... not very peaty ... pleasant drinking

13th May 2020

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Fine whisky
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20th February 2020

Avoid to drink straight, buy for that friend that insists on malt whisky and coke/lemonade/etc.

A marmite Whisky if ever there was. Yes it’s smooth but the nose and taste when neat are a bit ‘challenging’, no alcohol burn on the tongue or throat but mostly off flavours of candy and caramel. Improves slightly with water or ice, reminds of middling bourbon. Will use for cocktails or cooking, which defeats the point of malt whisky, it should’be gone into a blend like Whyte and Mackay. Difficult to rate 0.5/5 for a straight malt, 3.5/5 for a whisky to be mixed.

28th January 2019

Nothing interesting

I got it as a gift, and... It looks drinkable only with cola. On the nose it looks interesting. But palate, aftertaste nothing memorable.

10th December 2018

Quite alright

I feel that it is a soft whisky. Single malt at a little above red label price. Just bitter enough to remind you that you are drinking a whisky. Has the entree and exit feel to. Suggest to keep a bottle for single malt lovers. Cork or cap notwithstanding. Cheers

1st September 2018

Good beginners Speyside.

It not any where as bad some people would have you believe. But it is a middle of the road Single Malt Speyside. However for the price/quality ratio. It is very good for beginners like me. So if you getting started in learning about a Scotch, this a nice whisky.

29th August 2018

Nothing special

I would rather have a mid price blend, if it aint got a cork don,t expect too much.

27th June 2018

Buy for the experience, and still regret wasting such a small amount of money!

Oily, fishy, and with a horrendous aftertaste that lingers, even after you've been outside to dump the bottle in the bin (where it truly belongs!). Bought it, as I'd never tried it before, and both the father-in-law and I agree it is possibly the worst whisky we've ever tried (I live in Elgin, and have sampled a wide variety of Gordon and MacPhails excellent bottlings).

7th February 2018

Real malt whisky, but not very good

Tasted this when it was the "whisky of the day", and thus a bargain, at a pub near Glasgow. My first impression was that it was real whisky, but just very poor quality. I assumed then that some Glasgow entrepreneur had gone around distilleries buying up the cheapest barrels that the distilleries were least proud of, and blending into this. Bizarrely, the other "whisky of the day" was the very opposite: a very good, but clearly imitation whisky, that was drinkable but was never a malt whisky.

29th November 2017

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