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Glengoyne is a distillery like no other. Taking its name from the glen in which it sits. - 'Glen Guin' or 'Glen of the Wild Geese' - it is hghly regarded as Scotland's most beautiful distillery. Residing close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park - nestled into Dumgoyne Hill. Six guiding pricinciples keep us true to our past, true to our taste. To change just one element would be to alter the bold, complex flavours of Glengoyne.
THE GLENGOYNE WAY:
Unpeated: We always dry our barley by air - never peat
Patience: The slowest stills in Scotland
Oak casks: Our sherry casks are rare and expensive
Natural colour: We choose the harder path
Maturation: Each Glengoyne cask is handled with meticulous care
Tradition: Our progress is mesured not in years or decades - but in centuries
Bottle size: 750ml
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Location of engraving on the bottle is at the discretion of our engravers and cannot be modified.
Brown SugarWarm, fruity and intense
NoseRed fruits, old leather, and brown sugar
TasteSoft oak, cinnamon, stewed fruits and a Seville marmalade tang.
FinishVery long with spicy licorice, slowly drying.
“Matured exclusively in hand-selected sherry casks for a character-building quarter-century. This bright amber beauty has red fruits, leather and brown sugar on the nose and soft oak cinnamon, and stewed fruits on the palate.”