A 10 year old from Glenburgie, matured in refill sherry hogsheads and first fill sherry butts.
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The nose is quite full and rich with notes of sherried sultanas and dried mixed peel. Notes of oak with chewy tannins and a slightly phenolic, sulphury note of bitumen. The palate is quite sweet with winter berries and mixed fruit and nuts, with a little malt loaf thrown in for good measure. The finish is gentle and supple with a little toasted malt loaf.
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I purchased this product a few months ago on discount and never tried it. What a mistake. It is such a nice, refreshing dram. Light, floral, sweet and refreshing. I wish i would have given it a chance sooner.
15th February 2015
Its a very gentle malt, but also nice for the connoisseur, for the cherry & candy type and the price I give it 9.
19th November 2014
Jason's Scotch Whisky Reviews
Nose: Malty, cereal, warm apple pie.
Palate: Sweet entry of baklava, oatmeal with a little brown sugar, lemon zest.
Finish: Drying oranges and crisp red grapes, which hint at the use of sherry casks.
Great starting place for the novice whisky drinker exploring single malts and seeking an approachable and gentle malt.
12th August 2014
My partner asked the the owner of Luvians in Cupar Fife which malt she should get me for a gift. He asked what I liked, she told him what my usual Speyside malt was. He suggested if he likes that he should try Glenburgie. I'm so glad she did, I find the sherry with a soft caramel after taste both smooth and sweet.
3rd April 2013
I bought a bottle of Glenburgie in Edinburgh on a visit in January. I have never heard of this whiskey before and was surprised how nice it tasted.I normally go for the Irish whiskeys but found this was much nicer even my partner who does not like whiskey said how nice it was.I will definately try more from the Gordon and Macphail range
22nd March 2011
I bought a bottle of Glenburgie in Pitlochry on a visit last October. I must admit I had never heard of it and I thought I knew all the Speyside malts. It was not the finest I have tasted, but it had a unique taste with after-notes of Vanilla aand Caramel -very pleasant and recommended for after-dinner drinking.