Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glengoyne
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glengoyne 15yo pre 2020

An older edition of Glengoyne's 15-year-old single malt, produced before its bottles underwent a redesign in 2020. This is a rich, rounded single malt, completely devoid of peat smoke thanks to air-drying the barley. It is aged in both bourbon and first-fill sherry casks, with some refill cask whisky thrown in for good measure.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Single Malt Scotch - 13 to 19 Yrs - 2013
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Bronze
Bronze
Daily Dram - 2013
Malt Maniacs Awards

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Glengoyne 15 Year Old - Pre 2020
Favorite non-peated Scotch Whisky
Spicy & flavorful, with butterscotch & a very slight/mild saltiness that doesn't overpower the entire spirit. Oak lingers pleasantly on the finish. Very enjoyable whisky.
Craig H , Canada
one year ago
A bit disappointing
I have been wanting to try this for some time as my preferred 15 yr olds are the Glenfiddich solera and the Glen Moray 15 Heritage, both of which are superb, the Glenfiddich just slightly ahead in my opinion.This when first opened was quite sulphery on the nose but has settled down a bit.The nose is apples and pears and a very slight vanilla but nothing standout.The palate is about the same with just a touch of sherry leading into a fairly bittter short finish.I am happy to finish the bottle but don't think I will by another.The Glen Moray is slightly cheaper and much better and the Glenfiddich is ridiculously cheaper £32 in some supermarkets at the moment !! but absolutely miles in front. TWC
tony , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Sophisticated as usual in Glengoyne
For me, this one together with Glengoyne12, the best within the fabulous Glengoyne range (I tasted 10,12,15,18,21). Between the two, the Glengoyne 12 is more citric, Glengoyne 15 is sweetest. The others I have tasted are very good too.
Francisco , Portugal
5 years ago
Tasty
Very nice 15 yr old this one! Full of flavour and typical Glengoyne apple,cinnamon flavours. Recommend this one!
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Very enjoyable
I wanted to try an expression from Glengoyne and this didn't disappoint. Its all the things the other reviews have pointed out. The only thing stopping it getting 5 stars for me, is the Glendronach 12yr old is a shade cheaper and has more going on whilst still being as smooth with. Still a very good whisky though to savour.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
YEAH!!
OK, so this is BY FAR, the best whisky of my recent order. This feels and tastes as one would expect of a younger version of my ATF, Glengoyne 21 YO. This dram is a great value, a great palate and the finish is rich and evokes the oaky goodness of all things Glengoyne!
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Very good 15 year old
15 y.o. scotch, that for the price can be your everyday drink. Nice floral nose followed by spicy, sweet, fruity palate.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
a real tasty whisky
was bought the Glengoyne 15 year old for my 70th birthday just opened tonight and wow what lovely smooth tasting whisky I shall savour it
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Wonderful aroma
A wonderful whisky and almost a five star for me. It has a heavy/oily mouthfeel, a truly smooth flavor, and an aroma (of shortbread, hay, and brown sugar). I can nose this stuff for a long time so the aroma is my favorite part though I also enjoy the malty sweet flavor.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
A 15 year that could be a daily dram
Really good scotch. Easy to drink and has great flavors especially if you're introducing someone to single malts. Has a great sweet flavor with prominent apple coming through. Nice thick, oily feel and has a great finish which is actually similar to laphroaig 15 (just the creamy oily finish). Definitely a good one and for the price point at this age you simply can't pass it up.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago