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Glengoyne 21 Year Old 1995 (cask 13266) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)

(70cl, 50%)

Glengoyne 21 Year Old 1995 (cask 13266) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)

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Glengoyne 21yo '95 #13266 Bottling Note

Greetings, weary internet traveller, and behold another fantastic Old Malt Cask bottling from Hunter Laing! This one is a 21 year old Glengoyne, drawn from a single refill hogshead which was filled in December 1995 and emptied in February 2017. 282 bottles were produced.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Anise, toffee, dried apple chips, sponge cake covered in custard.

Palate: Subtly chocolatey. Robust malt at the core, complimented by light oak and honey.

Finish: Orange bitterness, with another touch of dark chocolate.

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Glengoyne 21 Year Old 1995 (cask 13266) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing) Reviews

So glad I decided to try this whisky

Initially I get Citrus on the Nose (Orange and or lemon peel maybe) , Some crisp oak and light sweetness on the palate, and (very) subtle hints of dark chocolate bitterness. Some light dusty barley on the finish, with lingering dark chocolate bitterness. . . after a few minutes I started to get the anise on the nose mentioned in the tasting notes, but it's subtle. . . actually I'm finding everything about this whisky to be subtle. . . . a few minutes more and the green (Granny Smith) apple is starting to show up. There is a certain crispness to this whisky, but it's not like a young spirit crisp burn. . . a little more time and the apple on the nose becomes more prominent, and it starts to carry over to the finish, and the dark chocolate builds. . . . The light citrus on the nose remain throughout, but the apple starts to take over . . .a little while more. (somewhere between 30 and 60 minutes after pouring), and the dark chocolate is just "Boom!"

8th April 2018

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