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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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Probably the best whisky I have tasted to date.The smoothness on the palate allows for that time to taste the flavours while still enjoying the warm of a good dram!
15th June 2016
A really, really good sherried malt! Wonderful balance and so smooth. Highly recommended!
6th June 2016
Modern in both presentation and content. This was a great sherried scotch, good finish, clean, seemed a bit thin. Let it sit a long time. Almost no water if any. Good price for an 18, most are over-priced especially when there are 14/15 year bottles as good or better.
2nd June 2016
I like the nose. Vanilla and brown sugar.I found it rather spicy. I miss a certain sweetness.A solid whisky. The pricetag is reasonable for its age.
28th May 2016
I,m a speyside man mostly but having tried the 10, 15 , and now the 18 y.o I,m impressed with this whisky and as I live in Glasgow I hope to visit this distillery very soon.everybody should try this .
19th April 2016
Having been a longtime fan of the 17 year old, I was hesitant. I nosed hints of dried apple, cinnamon, orange peel, vanilla and candied pecans. Wonderful mouth and immediately reminded me of christmas and the smell of figs. Carmel, toffee and biscuits were the warming finish.The distillery was great, and I would recommend it to anybody in the vicinity of Glasgow.
9th January 2016
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