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Glen Scotia 25 Year Old

(70cl, 48.8%)

Glen Scotia 25 Year Old

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Glen Scotia 25 Year Old Bottling Note

A mid-2017 addition to the Glen Scotia range, this 25 year old single malt was drawn from some specially selected casks and married in first-fill bourbon barrels before being bottled at 48.8% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Earthy oak notes arrive alongside coastal breeze.

Palate: Fruitier on the palate, with fresh apple and orange oil. Coastal air remains.

Finish: Touches of stem ginger and vanilla pod.

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Glen Scotia 25 Year Old Reviews


This 25 year old Glen Scotia, no sherry barrel, has a great finish and a very distinct ocean flavor mixed with some of my favorite spices, plus the fact that I've been to the whisky distillery, I give it full marks.

15th March 2021

Good but not good, at the price

This is nice whisky. However, at this price, that isn't good enough.
I picked this up in Gibraltar, at £200. I could have bought a Dalmore 12, in the same shop, for £25. Now, I wish I had.

This is a good whisky. £200 good? No.

The Glen Scotia 18 was bold and tasty - If you want something great from Glen Scotia, go for the 18.


3rd March 2018

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