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Released toward the end of 2012 to replace the superb Glengoyne 17, this 18 year old was aged in refill sherry and first-fill sherry casks and the results are very good indeed.
Nose: Hints of soft spice and dried peels. A little apricot, honey and vanilla.
Palate: Creamy custard and dried peels. Allspice, manuka honey and hints of butterscotch.
Finish: Creamy caramel and malt. Candied peels.
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A light friend, fabulous and gentle. Softly spiced, hints of apricot and vanilla. Notes of caramel. Candied finish.
15th October 2015
I have tried this at the distillery twice and also at home, it has an deep intense flavour. I would recommend pouring into the glass and leaving to sit for a good 30-45 mins as the flavour really opens up. One of my favourite drams from one of the best distilleries in Scotland.
15th January 2014
I first drank it in The Ablanach, a fine whisky bar in Edinborough. I like it because it has the slightly sweetish aftertaste I love in the too-expensive (for me) Balvenie 21-year-old. Good stuff at a good price!
24th June 2013