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Glengoyne 25 Year Old

(70cl, 48%)

Glengoyne 25 Year Old

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Glengoyne 25 Year Old Bottling Note

Introduced in early 2014, this is a 25 year old single malt from the Glengoyne distillery - an addition to their core range. The Highlands distillery uses unpeated malt for this whisky, which is then matured for a quarter of a century in Sherry casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Big notes of sherry-soaked fruit up front - raisins, figs and oranges. This is followed by wafts of toasted almonds and classic notes of old leather.

Palate: Vanilla and dark chocolate open up the palate. Sherry comes through yet again, but this time in the shape of rich, well spiced fruit cake. Hints of orange and oak round it off.

Finish: The finish lasts with notes of red fruits and cracked black pepper.

Overall: A very easy dram to get lost in, to take your time with on every step.

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Glengoyne 25 Year Old Reviews

Tastes of Christmas

This is my all time favourite whisky so far. I saved up for a bottle and it was worth every penny.
A taste of Christmas, of sherry and burning logs, almonds and cherry and cherries. A dash of water brings in orange undertones and a hint of figs.
The finish is smooth and luxurious, treacle toffee and Christmas spices, becoming more peppery after a light touch of water is added.

24th December 2021


I want to buy

19th February 2021


Absolutely delicious. I like my whiskies well diluted with water, 50:50, and this was a soft, sweet, malt with sherry notes, satisfying in every way.

30th March 2020

All I want for Christmas is you.

Heff you know this the bottle we will decide on. So let’s order it.

2nd December 2019

Superb dram

Wonderful dram with hints of treacle toffee medium finish, expensive but worth it, glad I saved for the birth of my grandaughter

3rd October 2019


This dram is a dream, best of best, I had on my old tastebuds, and believe me, I had quite a few. 6 stars!

25th May 2019

Fantastic stuff

I’m a big fan of Glengoyne, and this is by far the best I have tasted. Well worth the money.

6th January 2019


Tried a sample and considering the price, found this to be quite disappointing. It was pleasant enough, although lacked depth and was a bit flat. The palate was not in the same league as A'bundh. Glad I didn't shell out 250 quid for a bottle.

Would not rule out a bad sample, considering some of the other reviews.

2nd January 2019

Amzazing stuff. Best during the holidays.

Great stuff. My go to with friends and family after a nice Thanksgiving Turkey or a Christmas goose. Could drink this year round but I prefer bourbon in the summer out here in Arizona.

2nd September 2018

fabulous - buy it!

flipping gorgeous stuff. Have 21 year old and cask strength and both are great but this is just fab. Bought for 25th wedding anniversary and tried sample first. can't wait to drink more of it when the anniversary comes around.

29th March 2018

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