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An Oloroso sherry matured Glendronach, released under the new ownership of the distillery. Allardice is set to be a success.
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Wow what a great drop. I love sherry whiskies. This one is a must have for like minded dramlovers. Not filtered to death and at 46% an honest whisky with a lovely looooong finish.
23rd February 2017
Great sherried scotch!
17th February 2017
Awesome dram!. Beautiful, juicy, sherry bomb. Better than Aberlour A'bunadah, Benriach 17 sherry and Glenfarclas 15.
7th February 2017
I'm still "new" to whisky, but after tasting the 16 year old platinum at a friends place, I could not help but want to explore Glendronach. The 18 year old is really a lovely smooth whisky, and reminds me of licorice and raisins. Very smooth with a long finish that lingers in your mouth!
23rd January 2017
I love three brands in Whisky - Macallan, Glenfarclas & Glenfarclas. Glendronach is the unsung hero of sherry cask whiskies. Their 1995 PX 20 years single cask is one of the best whiskies I have tasted in my entire life. Amazing whisky.
25th November 2016
The 15yo revival has been my favourite Scotch for some time, and how disappointed I am that sourcing a bottle now (if you can find one) costs a min of £90+, with some people advertising at £150. I wont pay these ripoff merchants even when they try play the old 'supply and demand' trick, however I recently bought a bottle of Allardice and have to say its pretty close. There's all the tastes in there of the 15, so at least I can now while away the hours nosing Christmas all year round !!. - I just hope Glendronach don't run out of this too and expect us to wait a few years till they make some more lol.
7th October 2016
Heard about this whisky got two bottles and what a lovely whisky
6th October 2016
Simply awesome . . . .5*****
16th September 2016
This is one of my favorites. I just tasted this back to back with the Revival 15, and I can't decide which is better. They are both top-shelf whiskies. The Revival is more balanced with a hint of spiciness whereas the Allardice 18 overpowers my mouth with intense sweet mature fruit, toffee and sherry flavor with a deeper and longer finish. I have a 2015 bottling which makes my whisky a 20 year old. Yummy!People complaining that this is too sweet? What are you thinking??? This is a sherry bomb, and Glendronach and other reviewers have made this clear. If you hate sweet whiskies stop buying sherry monsters!
7th June 2016
Nose: nice and smoky, toffeePalate: Very rich and smooth. A nice smoke, but not too much and it doesn't last too long.Probably the best in.my tasting set.
28th May 2016
Im on the last drops on my first bottle and im ordering another one. This is an absolutely wonderful whiskey on the sweeter side.
22nd May 2016
FULL of deep, rich deliciousness. Better than various other much bigger-name whiskies out there. Sublime whisky from a great distillery.
13th April 2016
You shouldn't drink this. Really, you won't like. Best if you find some other stuff to drink, like a no age statement Macallan. Go on, take my advice. That way all the Allardice in the world will be left over for me to drink. I have over 80 whiskies in my "cabinet" but lately, somehow I never seem to get round to any of the others. Every time I reach for that Sringbank 15 bottle, or that 23 years old Incmurrin or my old favourite Glenlivet Nàdurra Triumph, something makes my arm swing to the other shelf and before I know it, I'm smiling as another little sunburst of sherried maltiness sends waves of pleasure washing over my taste buds. Don't buy, really, please.
7th March 2016
29th December 2015
15 is good but 18 trumps
18th December 2015
I like it. A very well made sherried whisky with no flaws. A smooth texture feel and a full-bodied whisky. Not as complex (and therefore not as enjoyable for me) as the 15y though. I would not say its not worth the money, but the next time I have to choose, I'll go for the 15y.
30th October 2015
I find myself agreeing with the earlier sub-par reviews. Too sweet. Definitely smooth, but who cares. I rarely wake up with a hangover after decent scotch, but with this one I feel disgusting the next day and can't get that fermented mushroom-cherry jolly rancher taste out of my mouth. I'm usually a giver of second chances, but this is pricey here in MI, so we'll see.
21st April 2015
This one is nice but I dont think it is as good as the 15 ESPECIALLY with the added cost of the 18
10th February 2015
Hey chaps a master of malt, I bought a bottle of this from you not long ago, and have had a few drams. My previous bottle was a wonderful whisky. However, this one is just horrible. Gone are the notes of fruit and sherry, replaced by sickly sweet flavours that just make me feel ill. I don't know what's the problem with this bottle, but I'm not sure I'd be buying this one again.
5th January 2015
This is a stunning whisky, I'm a great favourite of the 15 year old revival, but this gem of a whisky is up there with anything I"ve ever tasted! Sublimely smooth with a finish that just goes on and on, just brilliant!
11th November 2014
Simply amazing bang for buck ratio. Totally blew me away from the first sip. Better experience than Highland Park 18 for half the price. If you are into sherried whiskies, this is a must!
5th June 2014
One of my favorite single malt Scotches. If you've only ever had a whisky "finished" in a sherry cask, this is a much different experience. Glendronach 18-year old spends the entire time in sherry casks and the the nose, palate, and finish are all a great balance of malt and sherry. Every day is special when you have a dram of G18.
17th July 2013
This word must be the most over-used, trite, dull and totally uninspiring way of describing a whisky. I see it on almost every review. x
20th June 2013
Delicate flavours, smooth - have I said that already? - an exceptionally fine dram.
13th June 2013
A wonderful and pleasureable tasting experience. Recommend this to everyone and this malt is set to become a star
13th May 2013
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9th March 2013
Maybe the weakest malt of the Glendronach range. Very fruity, but not much complexity. 15 yo Revival has a lot more to offer.
28th January 2013
This Glendronach is one of my favorites dram. Buy it now!
15th August 2012
...after a very enjoyable 15 y.o. Revival. But in the present case we have just a solid Higland whisky with a distinctive Speyside profile. No more, no less.
9th August 2012
Had bottle of 18yr three years ago, and that was pure joy, unbelivable,but last two bottles, one from this shop, and another from local shop in Huntly are different, still nice but not like before, go for 21 yr!
24th July 2012
Fruity and spicy and so tasty. I would recommend this for any new whisky drinker. pure nectar in a glass.
20th November 2010
Am a regulam user of glendronach so nice,am from india
29th May 2010