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This is the first chance to try whisky produced by the recently re-opened Glenglassaugh Distillery.
It was closed in 1986 but resumed production in 2008. This revival bottling is the first whisky to be made at the distillery since it reopened. Matured in a mixture of first and refill bourbon casks, this was finished for 6 months in first-fill oloroso sherry butts.
Nose: Sweet caramel and toffee with notes of nutty sherry, milk chocolate and honey. Ripe plums, red berries and oranges. Caramelised sugar and earthy, charred oak.
Palate: Sweet, rounded and creamy. Oranges, plums, cherry and walnuts, chocolate, honey-mead, sherry and soft, spiced oak.
Finish: Medium with warming mulled-wine spices, sherry and caramel.
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I've been drinking Bourbon for years and live close to a Long Island Winery there's always wine in my house and lots of it a Friend turned me onto a Bottle of Glenlivet 12, then 15 then 18 then 21 I have tried a lot of different distillery's and tastes from sweet to peaty,, and well this takes right to thoughts of Dessert Wine, the nose is amazing brings in that caramel toffee immediately and keeps it there throughout my mouth full I'm not an expert but I enjoy good spirits that Are flavorful from Lagavulin with a cigar to Glenmorangie Quinta ruban port , I like Glenfarclas 25, and Glendronach 12/18/21 are phenomenal ,, this is the company I place this Glenglassaugh Revival in
12th April 2017
Great!!! Finish is like smoke but not Islay thing you know! Well try it and admire it
22nd March 2017
Mmmm...amazing!smell, taste, freshness. This is already my second bottle
27th January 2017
Opened the bottle up and tried it for the first time last night. Considering how young this it is really incredible. Creamy with richness, raisin and nut. Very smooth and no bite.
11th December 2016
Wow now this is one of the better bottles I have bought as of late this stuff is fantastic. First off natural color, non chill filtered and bottled at 46% thank you Glenglassaugh I know this will be good before I even take a sip. Nose is burnt sugar with sherry and a hint of coastal breeze but the flavor is very rich indeed so much raisin/caramel with deep charred oak and bitter dark chocolate and a hint of cinnamon spice this is gorgeous stuff so much flavor with a nice long finish as well there must be some fairly old whisky in this. Confused as to whether or not it's a Speyside or a Highland but regardless this is really a great find definitely recommend this one. Cheers! The Sugarbear
6th October 2016
A great favourite. Possibly not the most sophisticated whisky, but truly enjoyable.
23rd February 2016
Lovely whisky and very unique but a little bit soapy on the finish. Still well worth the money. The soapiness doesn't tarnish the experience.
27th January 2016
It's great to try it. Better than many well known brands. Please continue to produce it, don't close again!
15th August 2015
Just one word: wonderful.So creamy and rounded.One of the best whisky in the world.
16th July 2015
If this is the revival, long may it continue! The question arises, with a whisky like this why did they close in the first place? I've added it to my favorites list already. Try it!
12th August 2013