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The very first edition of Glengoyne Cask Strength - launched in 2012 and offering up an intense flavour. This is made by blending first-fill sherry-matured whisky with refill-matured malt.
Nose: Biscuity, malty nose with hints of black pepper and allspice. Cooked apple, candy canes, buttery toffee apple and zest.
Palate: Zest and spice, with notes of baked pear and gooey, unctuous malt. Charred wood, apple peel and marzipan.
Finish: Dry, oak-led finish with just a hint of banana loaf.
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20th January 2016
Sherry, almost nutty on the nose. Fruit n spice, more sherry, on the front palate. A note of menthol, almost medicinal at the back. Long, woody, bitter finish. Damn good whisky, but second to the Glenfarclas 105 in my opinion. The Christmas cake flavor profile is not quite so knockout as in the 105, not as much spice and richness.
28th December 2015
Incredible good whisky! If you dare to water it it grows out of proportion! Come again Glengoyne!
21st November 2015
Colore: amberNose: red fruit smeared on a Digestive cookies, very malty.Apple, red apple or grated apple with lemon (I remember when I was young). Spicees,cloves,There is a scent of vanilla and pepper. Menthol and rasin and boiled egg.Little salty.Little smokinespalate: Wow, orange, vanilla andpine resin. Wood, cherry, and saltyand bitter. Finish: Bitter and dry. Long with gianduia choccolate and banana
11th February 2015
ottimo, forse il miglior cask strenght sherry che ho assaggiato
12th May 2014
conosco glenfarclas 105 e aberlour a bunadh,questo è meglio di glenfarclas e con a bunadh bisogna vedere le annate....ottimo comunque,secco,poco sherry e media persistenza,buon prezzo........
1st April 2014
Wasn't a fan of Glengoyne id tried the 10 and the 12 and found them a bit flat and lacking complexity. This however is a 100 megaton nuclear sherry bomb. If you're a fan of aberlour a'bunadh or glenfarlas 105, this blows them both out of the water its that good.Hoping to see more unchillfiltered glengoynes in the future.
8th September 2013