Glengoyne 15 Year Old Single Malt

Glengoyne 15 Year Old Single Malt

(0.75l, 43%)

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A bright and fresh Glengoyne Single Malt that brings you as close to the grain as possible.

Originally called “Burnfoot Distillery,” George Connell officially started Glengoyne in 1833 — after the Excise Tax Law of 1823 made it cost effective to do so. The fact that good old George had been hauling full casks of Whisky out of the tree-lined glen since 1820 is purely a coincidence. Anyway, the point is that they have been making Single Malt Whisky here for a long time. Famously, they say the Glengoyne distilling process takes longer than any other in Scotland in order to deliver their unique richness and character.

Glengoyne 15 Year Old Single Malt has an interesting twist to its story. The aging formula is straight forward — fifteen years in a combination of ex-Bourbon, ex-Sherry, and refill casks. But the twist comes at the beginning where the malted barley is air dried. Not peat, no burners, no gas, just air. That process is a LOT slower then modern powered drying machines or any sort. But thats the point. You are not only tasting a well-aged, balance dram of Single Malt wonderfulness, you are sipping a more pure expression of the grain itself… and we think that it's pretty cool.

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What does Glengoyne 15 Year Old Single Malt taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Glengoyne 15 Year Old Single Malt and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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First-class Whisky is taxed not only by the state but also by the angels. This refers to the 4% of Whisky that evaporates from the barrels every year

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm Gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Lemons shine in the fragrance with added notes of curd and oatmeal.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Lemon shines brightly on the palate with note of Meyer lemon zest, roasted walnuts, pineapple, and dash of apple.

The finish is bright and fresh.

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Ratings & Reviews
Solid Highlander in the sour/meaty tradition of Craigellachie. Cured meat, malty sweetness, a touch of bitterness. Demands 10-15 mins in the glass before it opens up.
A very smooth whisky. Prominent notes of butterscotch in both the nose and palate. A very popular dram every time I have brought it out.
Initially floral then butterscotch in the nose. Lovely & smooth.
Rich, beautiful nose. Fantastic finish, quite surprising in comparison to the smell, oak, oak. I love oak finish. A little spicy and dry but sweet (really like this oppositions) could be a little sweeter, but maybe I have one of these “sweet days”...
For the price point really smooth and easy to drink neat. The taste doesn’t blow me away, but good for casually sipping. I strongly recommend going on a tour of their distillery and some of the later years are amazing.
Smoky, toasted and vanilla. Nice.
Very superb drinkability. Just like the taste spiral. Great all-around scotch.
I read a lot about this bottle before buying. Maybe I was expecting too much. It's OK, but not remarkable.
Really good whisky! Tried this at a Glengoyne tasting event and bought a bottle
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