The GlenDronach 15 Year Old Revival Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
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The GlenDronach 15 Year Old Revival
£69.95

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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand GlenDronach
Style Single Malt Whisky

GlenDronach 15yo Revival

The Revival has been revived! The GlenDronach's 15 Year Old Revival was a much-loved expression, though was sadly discontinued in 2015 by the distillery, citing lack of maturing stocks. However, stocks have been replenished and The GlenDronach 15 Year Old Revival has returned to our shelves! Matured in Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry casks, this stuff is hugely flavoursome, aromatic and complex.

Please note: We're afraid we can't guarantee which vintage you will receive. It'll still be yummy GlenDronach no matter the vintage, mind!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Coffee beans, sponge cake drenched in sherry, mint leaf, slightly buttery, sultana.

Palate Oily walnut, new leather, blackberry and apple crumble, toasted brown sugar and a touch of liquorice root.

Finish Fresh ginger, waxy orange, caramelised dried fruit and a hint of cigar box.

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Winner
Winner
Best in Show - Whisky - 2020
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Gold
Gold
Scotch Single Malt - Highland - 2019
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Silver
Silver
Single Malt Scotch - 13 to 19 Yrs - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for The GlenDronach 15 Year Old Revival
What has happened
As my current bottle was almost finished I purchased a replacement. My preference of the Glendronach is definitely the 18 yr old Allardice even better to me than the 21 Parliament , both non-chilled. I have had a few bottles of the 18 and 15 however my last 18 was not as good as previous ones. Sad to say this has also happened with my "new" 15. Not as pleasurable as my "old". However, if I did not know what it used to taste like I'd still say it was not too bad if it wasn't for the price.
Robert S , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Very good
There is a lot of criticism around this bottle due to chill-filtration, etc. but let's be honest: for an intermediate whisky lover, this is still a very very good presentation. It is a bit pricey, but if you are a sherry lover you can't go wrong.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Love this
An amazing, complex and pleasing whisky. There have been some changes in the taste but not enough to warrant a bad review. This is a great whisky with all the notes required for a sherry cask fan.
Lloyd , United Kingdom
one year ago
A shadow of its former self
Very sad that this whisky is now chill filtered and is made with different casks.

A shadow of its former self.
Darren , United Kingdom
one year ago
excellent value against modern competitors
Everyone knows that this isn't the whisky of old. They've changed a few things here or there apparently that takes a fair bit of character away from this bottle, or so I've read. Since I've not had those older bottlings, I can't speak to that. What I can tell you is that I enjoy sherried scotch more than any other variety, and I enjoy this bottle more than Macallan 12, more than Dalmore 12, more than Glenmorangie LaSanta and yes more than my Glenfarclas 25. Not as much (though it's a different ballpark) as Signet, but to me, someone who hasn't had the original bottling, this is an excellent bottle. Good legs in the glass, dark fruits on the nose, medium mouthfeel, sweet, dark, rich finish. Very solid 4 stars.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
a shadow of itself
checking back on past orders, i used to buy the old bottling for £38 in 2014, which was my go to scotch, but fast forward to now and it's a pale imitation of it's past glory, with different casks, chill filtering, and you can tell there isn't the more aged and mature scotch in there that they used to be, and although i would'nt expect the price to stay the same, the huge % increase for an inferior product living on past glory reputation is really out of kilter & a con, so i sadly won't be buying again, and i never thought i would give it the measly rating i have
Bob N , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Was 5 star but now 1 star since chill fitration bought in.
Unfortunately this whisky has gone through two downgrades in flavour. One in 2015 and the other now that Glendronach is chill filtering their whisky. A very big retrograde step. I have enjoyed Glendronach 15 (and 18 & 21), but will not be buying any more bottles until the distillery stop chill filtering their product - it just takes all the flavour from the whisky (and I notice the difference).
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
A Has been
Before it went out of stock in 2015 the 'old' revival was my favourite scotch, but this new variation is not a patch, it's much 'thinner' than before, yet at a huge % price hike, & it uses the same name and label which is a con really, so I won't buy it again. it's not 'bad', dont get me wrong, but for £60+ you can do better.
Bob N , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Not for me
I’ll stick with the Glendronach 12 and the Port Wood version. The Revival has too much of an overpowering alcohol bite for me, and if I add water to it, I might as well just buy the 12 year original.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
My go to choice of malts
A superb whisky for the decerning drinker, this is my go to choice for something special. Personally I find some of the older more expensive malts too intense but here at 15 years in the wood, price point, complexity and intense flavours are to my mind in perfect balance. Only downside it's just so drinkable it never seems to last very long
Paul W , United Kingdom
3 years ago