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The Glenlee Blended

(70cl, 40%)

The Glenlee Blended

The Glenlee Blended Bottling Note

A whisky created in honour of the Glenlee, a ship built in 1896. It was one of ten steel sailing ships commissioned by Archibald Sterling & Co., and sailed round the globe four times! In the 1980s, the boat was forgotten and derelict, but today it is fully restored to its former glory. You can find said ship next to the Maritime Museum at Glasgow Harbour. Anyway, onto the whisky! The Glenlee is a delicious blend of Scotch whisky, matured in a combination of American oak and casks from Spain for three years.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Malty, soft spices with light honeyed notes and a touch of spiced oak.

Palate: Aromatic and creamy, a touch of orange zest with mellow vanilla and toffee.

Finish: A warming, barley-forward finish.

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Glenlee Blended Reviews

great everyday blend

A great everyday blend.. fantastic value for money

5th August 2020

Toffee 🙂

Absolutely love this whisky, it's really smooth with a toffee nose and taste to it. Best blended scotch at this price point, or under £20 in my opinion.

16th October 2019

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