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Glencadam 21 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Glencadam 21 Year Old

Glencadam 21 Bottling Note

The 21 year old Glencadam, boasting a lot of richness and malty flavour. Very tasty with a lot going on…

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Buttery and sweet with notes of tropical fruits, citrus, marmalade, toast, and custard.

Palate: Spicy and tingling on the tongue with oak-led spices, vanilla, cinnamon and allspice, creamy pineapple and hints of coconut alongside toasted barley.

Finish: Good length with some oaky dryness and tropical fruit.

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Glencadam 21 Year Old Reviews

Yesteryear malt today!

Old School Malt! Glencadam 21 is something to try if you want to see what single malt is like after 21 plus years without big sherry or peat to obscure it. Glad Whisky Whistle got to try it!

14th August 2020

Great malt

Very smooth buttery for for sure..

20th November 2018


First review mainly because I felt this was truly necessary. Favorite yet, it took the top spot from the Deveron 18 and Glenmorangie 18, Glenfarclas 25 is number 4 on my list. Whenever I open the bottle I am instantly reminded how beautiful it is. An oxymoron smell that hits you strongly with light fruit. Palate is beautifully complex, smooth, with vanilla and fruit at the fore. Perfect spring/summer dram.

15th December 2016

Malty, fruitiness

Stunning dram! Best served with a pipette of water and leave it to open up for 5 minutes or so. Delicious! I had never heard of Glencadam until recently and they are quickly becoming one of my favourites! The 10 and 15 year olds are also rather fine!

14th January 2016

Tasting Notes

Colour 8/10%; Nose 17/20% ; Palate 34/40% ; Overall 26/30%
Tasting Notes:
A higher version of the previous one.
Harsh despite the age.
Fragrant + woody.

11th August 2014

What a Corker

A really nice smooth drink. Yes, there's fruit in there somewhere. No dissappointment here.

10th April 2014

Good stuff

Excellent! Very smooth indeed and easy to drink. Highly recommended.
Maybe lacks a distinctive character though? If you like a whisky with personality, this might not be the one.

17th December 2013

Advent Calendar

This was the 4th in my advent calendar and the most interesting so far. I've enjoyed drinking whiskey for a few years now, but hadn't gotten very far in developing my palate. I enjoyed every aspect here. Tart and fruity nose. Spicy and complex taste. I smiled when I could distinctly taste the toasted barley and pineapple. Great scotch!

14th December 2013

Glencadam 21

Nice, it hits home. Nose: Deep, with layers that tells of malt, oak, fresh- and dried fruits. Lovely balance.
Taste: Spice! A lot of flavours, lovely oak, sweet malt, vanilla, fresh fruits, dried fruits… the list goes on. Long finish.

25th July 2012

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