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Glenlossie 9 Year Old 2010 (cask 2478) - James Eadie

(70cl, 55.4%)

Glenlossie 9 Year Old 2010 (cask 2478) - James Eadie

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Glenlossie 9yo 2010 #2478 Bottling Note

A single cask, cask strength Glenlossie, independently bottled by James Eadie! The single malt was distilled in March 2010, after which it was left in a re-charred hogshead to mature. Nine years passed, and when 2019 came around, 290 bottles were drawn from the cask and bottled at 55.4% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Baked goods galore, with orchard fruit crumble and vanilla sponge cake, with floral orange blossom.

Palate: Barley sugar and white chocolate cookie dough, with fresh malt and soft brown sugar.

Finish: A grassy note alongside cooked orchard fruit and oak spice.

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Glenlossie 9 Year Old 2010 (cask 2478) - James Eadie Reviews

Enjoyed every dram

I finished this bottle last evening (not all in one sitting you'll be relieved to hear) and I enjoyed every dram. Easily drinkable at full strength but a drop of water brought out more sweetness, fruit, spice and grassiness. Yes, the MoM notes were spot on.

5th February 2020

Quite sweet and malty.

I had a bottle of this last month, quite tame on the nose needs time in the glass, I got malt biscuits, Madeira cake, honey and pretty much the same in taste, a decent malt for those who want a single cask, cask strength malt.

30th December 2019

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