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GlenDronach Port Wood

(70cl, 46%)

GlenDronach Port Wood
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GlenDronach Port Wood Bottling Note

GlenDronach at its finest! This wonderful expression spends a second maturation period in Port pipes from Douro Valley in Portugal, imparting gloriously rich, fruity depth to this wonderful Highlander.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fruits galore! Boozy dried raisins and dates, fresh juicy tropical notes, berry jam on flaky buttered croissants.

Palate: Chocolate fudge and flamed brown sugar, dark fruits – blackberry crumble with gently bitter, rich oak.

Finish: Mixed grapes and tannic oak, lingering fruity sweetness, and charred wood.

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GlenDronach Port Wood Reviews

Wonderful nose, little thin in the mouth

A deep vibrant brown in colour, almost reddish pink, looks like Irn Bru a little in the glass. The nose is sensational, deep chocolate and almond mixes with the unmistakable red fruit character from the port pipes. Cherry Bakewell, or Black Forest Gateux spring immediately to mind.
A slight pepper tingle in the mouth, the sherry sweetness mixes beautifully with the wine/port notes. The mouth impact is not as heavy as you would expect from the immense nose though, and this is a little bit of a let down.
The finish is medium, a lovely malty yeastiness and bready note joins the port notes, with a gentle warmth.
I'd suggest that this whisky is a little young, as there's no age statement, and this is what is letting down the mouth impact and the finish. Don't get me wrong, still a delicious whisky, just a little thin compared to the older GlenDronach's.

3rd June 2021

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