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Completely unpeated (unusual in the highlands), this Glengoyne is soft, fruity and very quaffable. A fine single malt!
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ive been a great fan of Glengoyne for some 10 years. The 12 yr old is my favourite. The sherry cask comes through, and it's clean & fresh. Best neat, although during summer evenings a piece of ice (small) chills it and it's so sweet and smooth.
23rd September 2015
Bought a bottle at the local Waitrose and plan to go back for another to give to my son on his birthday.Perfect with clear water.
30th May 2015
Picked up a bottle in local Waitrose (end of line apparently). I get the cloves of previous correspondant. Sweet and worth returning for a second glass.
20th May 2015
high sherry matured content I think. also unseated and elements of green apples I'd say
Toffee, apples, citrus fruits, vanilla, coconut, a bit of sherry influence in the background.Easy drinking but in the same time a bit challenging.
27th April 2015
Not me normal tipple , but very different tasting , normally I take me dram with a splash of water , this though is better neat. Somebody mentioned butterscotch and I never got that but it has a wee bit of Christmas about it. cloves or cinnamon something like that anyway !
31st October 2014
Plain taste, ordinary. Maybe the older bottles are better. Cheap though.
23rd October 2014
Very decent whisky. It has lovely nose and very fresh taste. One of my favourites in this price range. Better than 15yo IMHO.
21st April 2014
This is a seriously good whisky, it's not the most challenging of whiskies and it might not immediately strike you as a particularly outstanding malt but after a couple of drams you soon learn to appreciate its quality. There's a lot sweetness whilst at the same time incredibly clean & fresh with a good bit of sherry cask influence coming through. It's bursting with complex fruity flavours with a touch of fudge/butterscotch. The palette is every bit as good as the nose, it's so smooth, the flavour coats the mouth and the finish goes on and on, truly wonderful stuff.
16th May 2013
Seen the distillery, proved it's fine, bought. A fine whiskey, also for those who don't like whiskey at all... (due to the "smoke") ;-)
14th July 2012