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Glengoyne 10 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Glengoyne 10 Year Old

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Glengoyne 10 Bottling Note

A soft, sweet 10 year old single malt from the Glengoyne distillery and a winner of a Gold Medal at the 2007 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Slightly herbal, big bourbon influence which has brought a wonderful "high note". White milk bottle sweets, more creamy than fruity.

Palate: Barley rich, more bourbon influence. Clean and dry.

Finish: Long, barley rich, touch of hoi sin.

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Glengoyne 10 Year Old Reviews

DECENT

I enjoyed this whisky ... I like trying different whiskies and its one of the better I've tried of late . For around the same price however I still prefer Glenfiddich and Chivas Regal ...

1st November 2020

One of my favourites

This is a surprisingly good whisky, such an easy drinker. A great introduction to Glengoyne.

16th October 2020

Yummy Scotch.

If this wasn't alcoholic, I could drink it all day.

Fruity, creamy with a longish almost aquatic finish. It has something of Tobermory 10 in it like brussel sprouts, but in this case, very well done.

It very moreish. Highly recommend.

10th October 2020

Butterscotch yummyness

Amazing dense butterscotch on the nose. Grass. Nougat and candied fruit on the palate with hay and minerality. Finish has a seaweed note — sounds bad but it’s really pleasant. This is eminently delicious.

25th September 2020

Solid entry level

Bought this and the 12 yo after visiting the distillery. The 10 seems a bit immature to me but still an excellent malt. Citrus, honeyed malt and spice. Actually quite hot. The 12 is splendid but on opening has a cabbage note just like the 18 but it soon disappears. 12 yo is 5/5 as is the 18. Both smoother and richer than the 10. An amazing distillery!

13th September 2020

Happy Time

A good whiskey to enjoy with friends and family. Love the taste and it's very smooth and aromatic. One of the finest in this range. I must say 1 time every one should try it.

1st September 2020

A solid whisky

A good solid whisky . Light , sweet and easy on the pallet . Not the best in the Glengoyne range but for the price it’s an excellent whisky which always goes down well with guests. You won’t be disappointed

28th August 2020

Has a Rubber cork And smells horrible as soon as you open

Not even close to any single malt nor it’s price. Has an awful nose. To make matters worse, really worse, Glengoyne 10 has a rubber cork instead of natural cork and this rubber cork imparts a nasty rubber smell the moment you open it. Once you get that in your nose it is impossible to enjoy rest of the pour. Horrible to say the least. Surprised none have noticed this or may be as its poor overall anyway, no one bothered. Will try to decant the remaining and see if that improves it. Like the sweetish milder taste though... but any day for a dram like this, will stick to Glenmorangie 10

22nd August 2020

A gentle rollercoaster of a whiskey

Nose: Tinned sweets by the quart: sour drops.

Palate: Hints to burnt butterscotch but instead desways into near sherry wooded notes. Nicely done.

After: It declines from the same, and its palate experience gives it permission. Nicely done.

5th July 2020

Citrus apple that grows on you

Chose to open this bottle as highly recommend by a friend who lives “just up the hill from the distillery”. I have have to say I wasn’t impressed to start with but it’s growing on me. I get the red apple now but no toffee in my opinion. Just the overwhelming initial impression of citrus. Wouldn’t say smooth either but I do enjoy the high, almost acidic aftertaste now, which does last forever.

30th May 2020

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