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Glendronach

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Official Original 12 years 83/100
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4 17 WDTS2013-04
Official 100% Sherry casks, 15 years old 79/100
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4 1 Forum
Official 12 years 81/100
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0 1
Official Single cask batch 2 1989-2010 90/100
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0 1
Official 1972-2010, cask #718 91/100
1
0 1 Forum
Official 1991-2010, Cask#2512 85/100
1
0 1 Forum
Official For Highlander Inn, 2011 87/100
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1 0
Official 1989-2010, cask 3315 90/100
2
0 2 Forum
Official 1972-2009, cask #719 94/100
2
0 2
Official 1972-2010, cask #717 91/100
1
0 1
Official 1992-2011, cask #161 90/100
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0 1
Official 1989 PX Puncheon 90/100
2
0 2 Forum
Official Revival aged 15 years 86/100
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2 21 Forum WDTS2013-03
Official 2002 Virgin Oak 87/100
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0 1 Forum
Official Cask in a van 3rd edition 87/100
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0 12 Forum BT2012
Official Parliament, aged 21 years 89/100
5
0 5 Forum
Official Allardice aged 18 years 86/100
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1 1
Official Cask Strength, batch 1 88/100
2
1 1
Official Cask Strength, batch 2 88/100
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0 1
Official Cask Strength, batch 4 0/100
Official 2002, Bourbon barrel 86/100
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0 11 BT2015
Official 1996 fo the Monnik Dranken 87/100
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0 1
Official Limited edition aged 16 years for Versailles 86/100
2
1 1
Official Hand Filled 1993 0/100
Official 1992-2009, cask #1140 88/100
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0 1
Official 13 years, for Denmark 87/100
1
0 1 Forum
Official For Belgium (the Nectar) 88/100
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1 23 WDTS2011-03
Official The Glendronach Original (colour label, 75 cl) 86/100
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0 9 BT2013
Official Single Cask Batch 2, 1993-2010 88/100
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0 1 Forum
Official 1993, #12 for LMDW & the Nectar 87/100
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0 1 Forum
Official Single cask batch 7, 1991-2012 89/100
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0 1 Forum
Official Single cask batch 7, 1994-2012 87/100
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0 1 Forum
Official Single Cask batch 7, 1989-2012 88/100
1
0 1
Official Single cask batch 9, 1990-2013 89/100
1
0 1 Forum
Official 19 years old 1995-2014 88/100
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0 13 BT2016
Official Single Cask batch 10, butt 494 89/100
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0 1 Forum
Official 1971-2009. Single Cask Batch 1 89/100
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0 1
Official 1972-2011, cask #712 93/100
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0 2 Forum
Jack Wieber 22 years, Old Train Line 89/100
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Murray McDavid 13 years 74/100
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Glendronach:official bottlings

Glendronach

100% Sherry casks, 15 years old

Collection
The Malt Heritage Collection
Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry
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Forum 79/100
The colour is deep amber. The nose reveals grilled almonds and praline.
The palate confirms the nose and is powerful and refined at the time.
Personal Comment

A whisky characterized by its deep dark colour, probably due to its long stay in sherry casks. A nice whisky full of fragrances and aromas. The sporadic production of the distillery makes this whisky sometimes difficult to find.
79/100
A very pleasant smell, marked by sherry and very nice aromas of sweet citrus fruits (tangerine?) et nut. The taste is very fresh, refined, and the sweet notes dominate, while some slightly acid hints are perceptible. However, the whisky is not very complex, as the diversity of tastes is rather limited. A very warm and pleasant finish.
79/100
The nose is clearly marked by sherry, with a discrete woody flavour on the background. In the palate, a nice presence of sherry and a kind of complexity too, with some nut hints, the whole without any aggressiveness. A pleasant finish, still marked by sherry and the woody background reappears.
79/100.
Quite a sherry ocean streaming out of the glass at the first nosing. Fruits, plum, varnish, Marshmallow, but first of all, sherry... then dried fruit, hazelnut.
The very first mouth is rather dry and then develops on sherry. The whole is quite smooth and the evolution goes on on slightly woody notes. Nice complexity. Probably that some additional degrees would even have enhanced the pleasant impressions.
The finish is very long, prolonging perfectly the mouth, with this slightly bitter woody notes and those remote chocolate hints.
84/100


Glendronach

Original 12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
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WDTS2013-04 83/100
Glendronach 12
Personal Comment
The nose is exceptionally sweet. The first nosing is very discreet, but later a kind of diluted sherry smell becomes obvious. This comes from the special maturation process this bottle has had: long years in sherry casks, and bourbon as a finishing cask. The exact contrary of most of the sherry finish whiskies. The palate is discrete too, with a kind of bitter vanilla which is rather unique. A relatively short finish, with honey hints. An very interesting bottle.
79/100
A round and slightly maritime nose with discrete hints of sherry. In the palate, a great sweetness and discrete woody, vanilla and sherryish touches on a background of slightly salted malt. A peppery and slightly woody finish of average length.
84/100
The nose is pleasantly malted, with floral notes. It announces a great smoothness, without a lack of structure. A touch of hay and some ripe fruits. In the palate, the same sweetness, but a kind of watery feeling. Nice fruity notes, but nothing sensational. A rather plain whisky, even if a semblance of complexity appears with some bitter notes on the background. The finish is rather long, slightly bitter but remains quite unimpressive
79/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
“Not bad but a rather uninteresting whisky”
This dram has a gold-like color.

Nose (86): (5)more than average. honey, citrus, spices, vanilla. 43%? 10-15 years old?

Taste (87): powerful, oily. honey, citrus, spices, herbs, vanilla, wood.

Finish (86): (5)longer than average. honey, wood, spices.

89/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Wiski
Colour: Old gold.

Nose: liquid caramel chocolate in the center. Rapidly developing on ripe fruit (prunes, dates, candied orange). The coffee cream is delicious. We find the bitterness of orange peel, walnut. On old wood, but without excess. Cake with dried fruits (like British Christmas cake). On typical notes of sherry aging. Red fruits (strawberry, currant, red fruit jam).

Palate: Rich in fruit and very smooth. We find notes of prune, dates, citrus. Of great chocolate sweetness, greedy. A hint of sweet spices and smoke tip finish.
88/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Jbrice
Nose from the start, this whisky is showing lovely aromas of sherry. Lots of red fruit, cinnamon, orange marmalade. Some wood too. Coffee and cocoa in the background. A fairly classic nose thus but has the merit of being expressive.

Taste: Sweet and nice, but less interesting than the nose. Not bad cocoa, a little red fruit and a light woody bitterness in the finish.

Final: fairly long final

Comments: Well done. Easy to drink. Zero defects. Not a big whisky but an excellent daily dram sherry! Made me think of a young sherry kind A'Bunadh diluted Glendronach Revival or a batch of at Wilson & Morgan Highland Heart.
87/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Kundalini
Crème brulée, Caramel, creamy, Toffee, Werthers Original, dry finish.
87/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Singlemalt71
Nose: Bright sherry notes and spicy. Clearly wood tones and some fruitiness.

Taste: Lots of wood tones (bitterness) and spicy with a hint of sweetness.

Finish: Medium long, spicy and a bit sour.

86/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Jeep
Nose: Clear. Macerated fruit, cherry brandy, rancid, lots of rancid and much more at the aeration and also nuts.
Palate: Lively. We find the same aromas on the nose with a little more wood, leather (but very delicate). Also dried fruits, especially grapes.
Final: Moderately long. On raisins and rancid.
Conclusion: A fairly strong sherry. Maybe a little young, it lacks something. A GlenDronach?
85/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de NovA
Nose: roasty/ parchy, wine, spicy, some salt, caramelized vanilla sugar, fresh tea leafs, limes, acid (citrus), fresh herb from the garden,
With water: gets more fresh, more limes, blueberries, peach, less spicy and not so much herbs

Taste: again roasty, sweet sherry, gravy, some berries, leather, plum, grapes,
With water: very mild, nice lime character, less gravy, vanilla, a lack of power

Finish: nice finish with a butter, vanilla and wood, not very long but okay
With water: longer and warmer, still some vanilla , less wood

85/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Bishlouk
Color: Amber.

Nose: Rather particular. A lot of wood on the start and thin peat hiding behind. The wood fades and cooked and sugared fruits come to the foreground. It smells good !
After a while the (heather) peat is more present, nevertheless without occulting the rest.

Mouth: Very sweet and sugared, but the overal taste is also very discreet. It's wise, even too much. Not passionate for a cent. Yellow fruits prevail. The alcohol is not very present.

Finish: Very short. It flows easily as it is very sweet. Just some ticklings at the top of the tongue.

Verdict: A very good nose, but the rest is quite below. Not passionate enough for my taste.

84/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Jean-Marc
Nose: Pungent, hints of ... cheese, notes of burnt rubber, hazelnut, notes vinous, Sherry (?)

Taste: smooth, book mouth it has not already revealed complex nose
84/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Savoureur
appearance: yellow Gold
nose: low to medium intensity (loses intensity while breathing), well integrated alcohol, mix of fresh and slightly burnt rubber, light sulfur (burnt matches), marshmallows, candy floss
taste: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, dried fruits, lightly meaty, sweetness of marshmallows returns but the burned rubber dominates the palate, a very modern profile (which sells well according to my favorite whisky dealer) but that does not match my personal preferences
finish: medium

84/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Mars
Nose: Dirty, overripe fruits, menthol.

Palate: Fruity, sweet, menthol.

Finale: Pretty fruity, dirty, menthol, spices.

Comments: I've never been a big fan of whisky with overipe fruits, this one is no exception!

84/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Piazzolla
Nose: Sherry clearly typed, it borders the sulfur note that I do not like, without reaching it (phew). Dry and very ripe fruit. Quite nice and balanced.

Mouth no surprise after the nose. We are in the presence of a fairly strong sherry: coffee, dried fruits (date), very ripe fruit). Little / no evolution for me.
Final: especially on a certain bitterness / unsweetened coffee, yeast
Conclusion: a malt that should appeal to fans of the genre (marked sherry), but that is not my preference, because a little too extreme for me.
84/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Dagde
Nose: Quite silky and melted at first. Vinegar which quickly gives way to leather with nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts), a hint of butterscotch. The opening goes latte with vegetal tips, blackcurrant, apple butter, a little solvent. Also a little dusty. A nice nose, well balanced and does not fall into the archetype.

Palate: A lovely texture, a nice balance between chocolate and hazelnut latte. There are also spices. It is well done but it has become boilerplate in the profile. Melted makes it a little smoother.

Finale: chocolate remains perfectly balanced on the palate and with spices and orange zest (sugar, acidity and bitterness). The greedy hand tends to s crush pretty quickly but the aftertaste is honorable. The aftertaste is the dried apricot.

Comment: A well balanced dram. This is consistent with good variety with a boring melted by now. Easy drinkable but not up to his nose when we go to the tasting.
83/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Applecross
Nose: A bit boring at first nosing, no heavy influence of such as heavy peat or dark Sherry, quite clean. Alcohol mainly in the Background. Develops marshmallows with the second nosing, roasted cereals.

Palate: Creamy mouth feel, not really salty, but with the impression of salt; somewhat bitter; burned rubber

Finish: Long finish with a Little peaty note which sustains quite Long in the mouth

Remarks: does not need water to my taste, nose is a bit disappointing, but the taste is much better, very interesting

83/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Jmputz
Color: Light amber
A first rather unpleasant smell of cheese mixture and ants insecticide , yeast and then the sherry. This nose settles down after a few minutes to become more discreet and focus on a few notes of plum jam.
Mouth at first seems a little higher than the nose, but a lack of complexity and balance handicap it. Again it ends up on the plum jam.
The finish is of medium length and well reminds we were dealing with a sherry ... as indicated by the plum jam nose and mouth.
80/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Samhain
Colour: dark straw

Nose: It starts with some aromas of paint thinner but then flavours of sandalwood and mushrooms follow.

Mouth: A mixture of leather, tobacco and dark wood is very present, then again some malty notes and hints of mushrooms appear.

The finish is long with a slight bitterness.

78/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Arno
Nose: spices, malt, wood. Then with more mineral rock, smoke. The set is very simple, a bit wobbly.
Taste: sweetish attack low. A little fruit, almond, green wood & bitter. Some spices here and there.
Final: fruity
Conclusion: This sample does not play in the same league as the others. Not bad either, it is still unattractive, due to its exaggerated simplicity .
78/100
WDTS2013-04
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Colour: Pale amber.
Nose: Start rooty and youngish. Smells like those little green chunky dinks you get in low end industrial cakes. Heady as a nasty blend can be despite a rather low ABV, if I trust the "bubble test". Now I can hear my parents warning me "bad whisky just smells like a squashed bug!". Well, let’s make it orgeat syrup. You sometime get this in young whisky ended in some Cognac casks. Calms down after a while, turning to orange blossom water flavoured brioche (ever heard about Mouna?).
Mouth: Much better now. Or at least, not as bad as I would have expected. Big, nutty and bold. And quite some vanilla. Have I been trapped by the bubble test? Tastes more like a 60% whisky than a 43% one! OK, that’s big and creamy, but the taste itself is not really in my area, I’m afraid.
Finish: Long, with heavy tannins now, and a return of these green, drying aromas I dislike.
Comment: A malt that tastes more like a CS blend than like a Single Malt. A youngish Auchroisk or Glen Ord?

69/100

Glendronach

Revival aged 15 years

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
sherry oloroso
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Forum WDTS2013-03 86/100
Glendronach revival
Personal Comment
The first nose is marked by sherry but also by something between yeast and mushroom. This latest hints are quite dominant first, but fade quite quickly to make some room to an interesting mix of sherry and fruits.
In the palate, the first impression is some quite acid sherry which develops quickly on smoother notes of plum, moka or chocolate having amazingly lost any reference to the original acidity without having lost any of its freshness making this whisky an intense and pleasant dram.
Finish is rather long and the moka, chocolate and sherry notes from the mouth remain for long minutes.
84/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
“Great sherry dram! Love it!”
This dram has a tawny-like color.

Nose (91): (5)more than average. honey, nuts, citrus, leather, spices, cinnamon. Good sherry nose!

Taste (92): powerful, oily. honey, nuts, citrus, spices, leather. Maybe 40% and 15y o.

Finish (91): (5)longer than average. honey, leather.
91/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Flonews
Color: cognac

Nose: confirms what color suggests: Sherry is here! The notes of spices and candied fruit are expressed immediately. Alcohol is present, but the flavors are well mastered. Adding water does not add interesting notes. Small spicy pikes Sober.

Palate: The attack is mastered and very greedy. Wood remains in place and leaves gourmand notes of gingerbread, wax and ripe fruit compote. A touch of acidity gives pep to the whole. Adding water calms attack, but also seems to erase the most intense notes. However, the body becomes more complex with emphasis on the compote side.

Final: The olfactory return shows the top notes to finish on a slight astringency. A good finish, is long and full.

A nice variation on the theme of sherry, all is well controlled but oriented on spices with small spikes acids. The addition of water seems to settle down overall, but it finally reveals more complexity on the palate. This whisky is very nice and good resistance to water to adjust the taste according to mood. I love.
89/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Arno
Nose: mint + + + footprint, mixed with pepper, rubber as well as intoxicating floral notes. Aeration gives much exhalations gourmet dessert: rum raisin semolina caramel, honey. Also the wood, a few herbs.
Mouth attack on the green wood & spices, liquorice and aniseed-register turns into strong accents of sherry, dried fruit, woody, salty.
Finish: long, hints of mint and spices, old cap.
Conclusion: Very nice nose, confirmed by mouth. A beautiful sherry.
88/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Singlemalt71
Nose: Very elegant with nice sherry notes and lightly spiced. In the background somewhat dried fruit (sultanas). After a while the spiciness comes more to the foreground and some notes of toasted wood as well.

Taste: Pleasant sweet, spicy and again some wood tones.

Finish: Medium and spicy.

88/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Jeep
Nose: Sherry on nuts (especially walnuts), dried fruit, figs and prunes. Pretty cool. After aeration, the cook, the rancid and macerated fruits make their appearances.
Palate: Powerful enough. Unlike the nose is on the fruit, the palate is marked by mocha and cocoa.
Final: Moderately long on bitter cocoa
Conclusion: Well done, without much personality. A good sherry is drunk easily. Lack can be a bit of punch. Glendronach's a 90?
87/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Savoureur
Appearance: medium amber
Nose: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol after 5 minutes of breathing, 3/4 dry / 1/4 sweet sherry profile, viney, dried fruits, a little bit of burnt caramel, creamy
Taste: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, in line with the nose of the "big sherried whisky"
Finish: medium

87/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Jbrice
Nose: From the start, they are strong sulfur notes or rather the sensation of feeling a scratched match that pops in my face! I said that I found it enjoyable. Many spices follow (vanilla among others), cocoa and red fruits. Everything suggests a whisky aged in moderately old first fill sherry cask. The flavors are distinct. I also feel a lot of fig.

Mouth surely cask strength for my feeling but alcohol is controlled. The palate is sweet / spicy. Pleasant but less attractive than the nose.

Final: relatively long on hints of fig.

Comments: A very nice whisky profile. Lacks a bit of finesse and complexity to seduce me.
86/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Dede
Color: Amber

Nose: We start on dry sherry, decorated with sulfur notes (match heads, black mushrooms). Conventional raisins are in the game, as well as some fruity sweetness. Simple, effective, and fairly balanced in its kind, nor smooth nor too violent.

Palate: Dry Sherry, fluid and nice texture, a bit feeble in attack but the mid-palate is nice, still with a sulfur control.

Final: Lack of intensity and length.

Conclusion: Less diluted that malt would have been really interesting.
86/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Mars
Nose: very ripe fruit, nuts, rancio, touch of smoke.

Palate: Aqueous, chalky, mocha, ripe fruits.

Final: Sweet, sugar, a little mint, spicy.

Comments: There was a problem with this sample, the stopper did not close properly and it flowed. My notes are therefore be interpreted with caution! Otherwise, I liked it and it's very easy drinkable.

86/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de RX21
Color : Copper
Nose: Cooked fruits
Mouth: Fudge, strawberries, dried apricots" almonds
Finish: Short

86/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Mapi
copper color

Nose: Powerful with alcohol clearly present but remains balanced. We are immediately on the polish, leather and beeswax. It then evolves into sweet spices, cardamom and caramel, all offering a copper printing. Good development, good complexity.

Palate: soft almost silky texture. Fine caramel. Somewhat deficient construction: the mid-palate is lacking a bit of material. one is on oriental notes (Turkish delight and orange blossom). Finish of dark chocolate.

Finish: The finish is smooth. length is rather average with a strong presence of cocoa van Houten. The final ended on a bitter too pronounced. This imbalances the whisky.

In conclusion, it is highly unfortunate that the final spoils a little the tasting and is not up to the rest of the tasting.
85/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Colour: Polished mahogany.
Nose: One of these pretty unsophisticated though rather carefully crafted tennage sherry malts with lots of brown sugar, pralines, and corn syrup galore. There's also some toffee in there, which I usually dislike in my whisky, but the syrupy side is nicely balanced with just enough wood dryness and the slight sourness of some orange marmalade. And this balance gets better and better with time.
Mouth: This is consensual whisky. The thrill of the sherry, but stays very well-behaved. Too well-behaved, if you ask me. Demerara sugar strikes first, followed by lots of nuts, and an orange-flavoured ganache. Very creamy, with a little mid-palate hollowness, probably due to the low ABV (43% ?).
Finish: Quite long, with a growing woody bitterness.
Comment: If you have ever tasted the Dailuaine 16yo F&F we had for the very first WDTS, this one will ring a bell to you. A nice and probably affordable introduction to sherried malts.

84/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de TTN
Woody nose with a good dose of raisins and spices of all kinds with notes of hazelnut and vanilla.
The palate is silky and creamy with hints of licorice, brown sugar and an abundance of spices especially nutmeg who hops on the tongue.
The finish is on the same tones but it is not persistent.
84/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Piazzolla
Nose: a little spicy. First typical notes of sherry and then more complex and at my taste with particular touches of ripe fruits and even tarte tatin.
Mouth attack on toasted side of sherry and I do not like despite the beautiful creamy texture. Evolution rather confusing but nicer.
Still the persistence of grilled / burned side, even sulfur which I know to be sensitive.
Conclusion: A frustrating malt for me as lacking balance, in any case too marked by the wrong side of sherry. As a missed opportunity ....

82/100
WDTS2013-03
Commentaire de Jmputz
Color: Amber
The nose has a dual character. On the one hand frank and pleasant sherry but on the other hand some hints of yeast, mold, undergrowth.
The palate is softer than announced in the nose. Sherry takes on top, and slightly bitter notes of cashews are being added. Mouth, while being friendly, lack of complexity.
The finish is long, marked by sherry and a slight bitterness.
82/100

Glendronach

Allardice aged 18 years

Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
sherry oloroso
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86/100
Glendronach Allardice
Personal Comment
The first nose is rather discrete and sherry notes are clearly present followed by still discrete yeast or mushroom hints. Nice nose, without exuberance.
The very first mouth impression is a great smoothness, mixing sherry and honey, cashew nuts and plum jam before developing on more classic chocolate or moka notes.
The finish is lingering and first relatively discrete, but the memory of pleasant sensations in the palate do not fade, fortunately.
84/100

Glendronach
16 years
Cask #39, for Versailles


Age
16 years
Alcohol percentage
60,8%
Cask
Oloroso sherry
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glendronach 1992 versailles
Personal Comment
This excellent nose is finely marked by sherry, discrete chocolate notes and a light smell of cigar box. Nicely complex nose.
The mouth matches the nose, even if some slight aggressiveness seems do dominate first with this amazing acidity. This rather unpleasant characteristic disappears quickly after adding a drop of water. The whisky gets then very complex and pleasant.
Finish is long and fresh, keeping for a while the memory of fruit and sherry. Some traces of the unpleasant acidity in the mouth remain too.
84/100

Glendronach

Hand Filled 1993

Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
58,4 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry butt
Dates
Distil: 05-03-1993 Bottling: 16-06-2011
Bottle
300 of 574 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Glendronach 1993 hand filled
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Parliament, aged 21 years

Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
48 %
Bottler
Official
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links & average quote
89/100
Glendronach Parliament
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Cask Strength, batch 1

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
54,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso + Pedro Ximenez
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Glendronach CS batch 1
Personal Comment
Color: Amber
Plum jam at nosing, quite austere ... I mean, not too sweet. Nice nose with sherry and a pleasant woodey side is detected. The fruity however takes over, providing a general sense of balance and a whisky that looks quite complex by mixing different scents it offers. Although these odors remain in the foreseeable register. Although after several minutes of aeration, notes of mint appear, therefore leaving the previous register.
The first mouth prolongs perfectly the nose, with a mixture of plum jam and cashews. A certain austerity which gives it a certain class. Initially alcohol anesthetizes a little the buds. It is far from all the promises of the nose and balance and complexity make lots of concessions. However, the mouth is very pleasant.
The final was a good length and is pleasantly warm.
88/100

Glendronach

Cask Strength, batch 4

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
54,7 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Aloroso and Pedro Ximenez
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
0/100
Glendronach CS batch 4
Personal Comment

Glendronach: samples

Glendronach

For Highlander Inn, 2011

Age
25 years
Alcohol percentage
52,9 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Pedro Ximenez
Cask number
single cask 1038
Dates
Distil: 9/1/1985 Bottling: 14/12/2010
Bottle
316 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
87/100
Glendronach Highlander Inn 2011
Personal Comment

The nose is strongly influenced by gingerbread, suspicions of violet perfectly integrated (very different from the impression given by the Bowmore from the wrong time), very fragrant, floral. The nose shows a very nice complexity.
A hint of cheese and fish. But maybe it's the smell of the kitchen of highlander inn that does this.
The mouth extends perfectly the nose. The notes of gingerbread clearly dominate. Maybe a little weak in the mouth. The nose was more complex, although the mouth does not demerit
The finish is long and warm. Still the same dominants: gingerbread and floral notes

87/100


Glendronach

For Belgium (the Nectar)

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
50,4 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
PX Sherry pucheon
Cask number
single cask 3181
Dates
Distil: 15-11-1991 Bottling: 03-2011
Bottle
215 of 622 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2011-03 88/100
Glendrolnach for the Nectar
Personal Comment
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour: Most beautiful dark mahogany. Nearly black tea.
Nose: The first sniff suggests real great stuff in the glass. Sherry or some dark port cask, but not the usual rubber-fruitcake. Leaves plenty of room for other impressions: Waldmeister, dried dates, honey, walnuts and, very pleasant, a soft peat note, reminding here of wet moss in the forest. Great complexity. I once had a very old Cuban rum with a nose like that.
Taste: The sherry hits the stage clearly, but very balanced harmonising with the alcohol (I guess more than 40% but I do not dare to add water here, this perfect balance could be disturbed). Now we have also dark chocolate, mocha and nougat praliné, (not the cheap sweet ones, no, from the best confiserie...), liquorice and nice wooden notes toward the never ending
Finish: I have to repeat, very complex and balanced. The sherry is still present here, but again perfectly mixing with coffee, toffee and the other fine wooden (soft peat?) notes.
Conclusion: I am not too much into sherry finishing usually, but this dram proves me totally wrong. A real treat. From the beginning to the last coffee - fruit trace on the palate.
Guesswork: I do not usually play in this league of great whiskies, this might be a Macallan or Aberlour or such, easily more than 15 years old. So my price indication is relative high rated, if I am wrong here, I will get me a bottle immediately....
94/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour : Polished mahogany.
Nose : Rich and enticing. The perfect mix between fruits, wood, and (oloroso?) sherry. Dry fruits (walnut marzipan, sultanas) and cooked fruits (all kind of “dark” jams such as figs or black cherries). Some roasting aromas too (coffee liqueur). Reminds me of a “Black Russian” (Kahlua and Vodka). Nothing sluggish though, thanks to a rancio-like tangy note, like in a high end Madeira. Perhaps a little ripe pomegranate as well? I really like it, but will the mouth follow the nose?
Mouth: Yup it does! Dry fruits are on the foreground, and it’s as tasty as a hazelnut liqueur, accompanied by some tantalizing cocoa flavours. Enhanced by a slight woody sourness, it’s as waxy and creamy as in a dream. Like drinking spoonfuls of maple syrup. We’re probably pretty close to 55%, but the balance is fantastic. The rise of a hint of burnt wood brings some more complexity to this absolutely delightful malt.
Finish: Long and tasty, it vanishes on a subtle woody bitterness.
Comment: No need to say, when the right malt meets the right cask for the right period of time, there is reason to bring you back with the whole world!
93/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by GaxMalt31
Nose: raspberry liqueur, raisins, pastry so baba au rhum, slightly spicy pepper and ginger. No astringency, as subtle and pleasant fragrance of a whisky aged in sherry. Beautiful mature nose I give it in 30 years and even more.
Mouth of the sweetness, the alcohol is well integrated, all the qualities of a good sherry are present, dried fruits (figs and prunes), chocolate, coffee bean is added to this feast of the taste buds orange marmalade, which gives it a sweet / sour side.
The finish is very long, slightly woody.
Sublime moment.
92/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Talisker84
Color: orange almost mahogany.
Nose: ouch! big sherry! it focused! on cognac, spices: cloves, cumin, balsamic vinegar, almond liqueur too. The nose is rather old school, it reminds me of Glenfarclas 25 years 75cl bottle square, with its vegetal overtones . I find it rather complex.
Taste: Re-ouch! It's strong! At the same level as the nose, or even more! It should be around 60 degrees there. So of course we are on the sherry. It's hot, it's rich, it was the oyster sauce, a little mint, camphor and also a tad of smoke. But the spotlight returned to coffee, dark chocolate, prunes, dates, and also spices, cloves and again maybe a little cinnamon. For me, it's good!
Finish: Long, on sherry, spices and a bit dusty.
91/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Mars
Nose: Caramel, mocha, coffee, rum / raisin, lemon, orange, leather car and listed animal. Nice balance with well integrated alcohol. Very nice.

Taste: Coffee, rancio, rum / raisin, orange, light bitterness and alcohol well integrated.

Finale: Rum / raisin, orange, mocha, coffee, light tannins.
After cooling, the appearance of citrus.
The finish is very long.

Still a very nice sherry monster. I love it. Just missing a bit of complexity.
91/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by mapi
Colour: dark amber
The nose evokes polish plus a dusty side. and almost winey tannins. Marking the sherry is almost too hard ( first fill cask?). This is reflected by its sherry fresh caramel and bitter dark chocolate side.. The hint of alcohol brings notes neoprene glue.
The palate is about alcohol but it melts quickly in the aromas on the nose already received. The texture is too dusty, like taking a spoonful of chocolate powder in the mouth. Good consistent nose / mouth dark chocolate bitterness.
The finish is medium / long on bitter chocolate and a little savory.
90/100
WDTS2011-03
Nose: Dry Fruits, nuts, Porto. Quite complex.
Palate: Very fruity, clean attack on the walnuts and dry raisins.
Finish: long on nuts and Porto.
Whisky greedy, well-balanced.
90/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Savoureur
appearance:
medium to dark amber, wide legs flowing moderately fast
nose:
moderate to strong intensity (increases while breathing), alcohol is well integrated, monolithic at the beginning with dried fruit (dates, figs) and mild spices, opens well at breathing with cloves, minty freshness and young balsamic vinegar adding
Taste:
moderate intensity, creamy, sweet / sour mixture, the aromas of the nose are found more or less but the overall impression leans more towards a dry sherry then to a sweet sherry as on the nose
finish:
medium to long
With water:
the nose is more on stewed fruit as on dried fruits, taste is almost identical, a little bit more cloves
conclusion:
Very sherried whisky that opens well while breathing. I like this style.
90/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Stephane
Nose: Intensely marked by wood and wine (type in PX sherry, port), concentrated red and black fruit, caramel, toffee, chocolate, dried fruits (apricots, figs, dates), beautiful oak vanilla, fresh vegetal peak (almost mint, anise), gingerbread.

Taste: Powerful, warm, comforting, delicious jammy fruit (red and black fruits, citrus fruits), Sevillanas (orange cake), gingerbread, precious wood (cedar) and various spices, vegetable bitterness, nice length, only a touch of astringency waste a little party.

A great "sherry monster" whisky, expressive, rich and warm.
89/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Lemichtral
Nose: Sweet, on rum, raisins, figs and candied oranges arrive, the quince, vanilla. In the end, a slight smell of undergrowth.
Taste: At first glance, a sweet sensation, sweetness and alcohol arrives but well integrated. The sherry, orange liqueur and chocolate and spices. Appears slightly oaky finish.
Finale: Medium, the rum and raisins, but with a slight bitterness on the palate.
89/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Sebou007
Colour : Bronze

Nose : A nice smell of dried fruits (datte, prune, apricot), a little wood varnish and some alcohol. Above this, bitter orange, maraschino. We then smell a nice minty freshness. It's round, rich. With air, we then find some vegetable soup side (carrot). No doubt about the sherry in this bottle. A little sulfur, but no problem. A little honey, some spices and wax. It is very nice. Complex and satisfying.

Mouth : We start with wood varnish, bitter orange and wax. It is very good, very dynamic. The mouth lasts ont carrot soup. Dried fruits are also present, especially a very nice sugary apricot. The alcohol, well integrated, gives consistency to the dram. it is not weak but rightly stinging. There again some sulfur, but still no problem. In the end, some woody bitterness.

Finale : Long, warming, fruity.

Conclusion : A very good whisky, rich and savoury. It's fresh and complex at the same time. It's powerful but yet not agressive. It's sweet, a little bitter and very rich.
88/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Bpoujol
Amber color.
Rich nose, alcohol appears a bit. notes winy, sweet, "fat". Sherry (plums, spices, dried fruits, wood). Rancio. Chocolate. Some fruits in the background.
Soft palate dominated by wood. Caramel, some oranges.
Finish: rather long, very intense, dominated by wood, which gives a slight astringency.
A sherry monster, perhaps a little too woody.
88/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Dede
Color: Amber
Nose: sherry and lots of sweetness. Tons of raisins, candied orange peel, the acidity of the balsamic vinegar, a touch of rubber and cloves, and nuts, dried apples and coffee liqueur. It was first found to be more aggressive in the second tasting, then calms down. Organic notes black mushrooms have been found since the first tasting.
Palate: The attack is frank and powerful. Texture, neither too fluid nor too oily, is nice. The aromas developed are those of a classic sherry. Raisins and rubber yet, but it is well controlled. The most notable difference from the nose is the appearance of dry wood notes and especially organic black mushrooms nice touch.
Finish: Long, it develops a nice bitterness and a slight astringency Chocolate Milkshake.

Conclusion: A beautiful sherry cask, but traditional class. However, it lacks a bit of magic in the mouth to claim access to the highest podium
88/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by PatGVA
N: sherry present but not dominant note of bitter orange, balanced point of sulfur and gunpowder not unpleasant and delicate notes of bergamot and rose, tobacco chocolate meat broth as well now, very gently.
B: Nice amplitude and strengh and dark chocolate meat broth, great, then come and floral notes, a little less complex than the nose
F: long balanced cocoa brown tobacco and sandalwood
88/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Jmputz
Color: Brown
A mixture of sherry and spices characterizes the nose. It is also not a surprise, given the color of the whisky one could hardly expect anything else than a true sherry monster. Beyond the sherry we feel some subtle notes of musty, damp mold on a ripe lime. Everything is very nice. After a few minutes, the spices seem to dominate slightly sherry.
In the mouth we are dealing with a nice complexity. All the traditional notes of sherry are included. Plum jam, coffee, and some fruity notes. Without being very complex, this whisky is nevertheless very pleasant. The slight lack of complexity is compensated by a very nice balance.
Long and warm, the finish is a bit more exuberant than the mouth. Here the fruity notes dominate and impressions are clearly more complex than what we were offered by the mouth.
A beautiful final all in roundness.
87/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Roblanza
Colour: Dark bronze
Nose: Caramel, charred wood, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, oranges, liquorice... Amazing nose, I've spend a lot of time enjoying this one, very intense and greatly balanced.
I need some time for this... Oh yeah...
Taste: Very smooth, caramel meeting up with vanilla, getting some woody spicy notes e.g. peppery and some very dark chocolate (sweetness as before but still bitter, ooh ah.).
Ending: Not bad... Not as long as the nose(there is still something in my glass haha, I'll enjoy after the ending)...but still there are a lot of flavours to be overwhelmed with, like caramel, oak(sweet), vanilla in the background, toffee and also some liquorice but anyway the nose exceeds the ending by far... Good thing I've saved some...

87/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Pompix
The nose is powerful, and develops aromas of caramel, varnish, chocolate powder, fruits cake and a little dried meat?
The mouth is hot, on caramel and chocolate.
The finale is long on spicy caramel.
A powerful malt, which lacks a bit of complexity.
87/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Piazzolla
NOSE: as for sample 2, one would expect sherry given the color . It also confirmed, albeit much less attractive because much more about the notes confining to sulfur and vinegar. Not to my taste unfortunately. Hints of green herbs / bitter sometimes arise quietly. Chalky.

Palate: oily texture, very sweet, much better than the nose, even if a little sage. One feels a certain complexity, but it's very very nested and thus difficult to discriminate. We found a powdery / chalky side. A touch of the exotic but too timid. It is not bad anyway!

FINAL: medium, ripe banana too ... and a little salt.

Often, I prefer the sherry on the palate than nose. Here is the case for significantly better in the mouth, but it lacks a little something ....
86/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Color: Teak.
Nose: first red fruit nose and then quickly switched to dried fruit. Consistent with the time to blend in rose jam.
The water heightens the nose, but makes it more sharp without going to the aggression, however.
Taste: A nice harmony throughout, to the point that it is difficult to speak of attack. Dried fruit, leather, coffee bean, a little astringency slightly ashy.
The addition of water rounds and harmonises the mouth while preserving personality.
Finale: In the wake of the mouth.
Adding water makes the final more evident. Including the end of the ash reveals slightly astringent.

Comment: definitely a sherry profile but dry, crisp, almost harsh, austere limits. More intellectual than seductive whisky.

86/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Blackmalt
Color: amber / copper
Nose definitely sherry. Less exuberant in flavor than the sample 2 for comparison. Alcohol is very present, and is all too apparent. Otherwise, it starts very hard on the warm honey. The smell of nearly rotten plums are introduced with little red wine.
With wet cardboard thereafter, newspaper and coffee also. I may say coffee spilled on newsprint:). With the aeration, it gets a little dusty. With water, it becomes woody (seasoned). And honey is always present.
Mouth a little rough, spicy and acidic. Very sherry as well Still the honey but more discreet and the newsprint-stained. coffee. It becomes bitter and woody in the background.
Piquant, long finish. Always drawn to the honey that I had found at the nose. The bitterness continues to be present on the back of the palate, but it is not excessive. With the addition of water, it is really more spicy. Back stitching on the inside of the cheeks is clearly identifiable.


Comment: I liked the sherry. But I much preferred the sample 2 by the explosion of flavors. It will remain more discreet and less ample. I regret just a little disturbing spice on the nose. Otherwise, a good whisky:)
85/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Dadamien
Nose: Beautifull dark sherry. Fruits, prune, dates, dried grapes. Nice sweetness.
Mouth: dark sherry, fruity, acid drops. Some dried fruits. Prune, dates. Nice.
The final is slightly acid, identical.
85/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by PierreDH
Color: orange Auburn
Nose: Liquid caramel, vanilla bourbon difficult. Brown sugar. Very delicious without being too nauseating. After a few days, is more sherry. Currants, walnuts, balsamic.
Taste: Despite what the nose promised, it's pretty dry but sweet. Slight bitterness.
Final: The bitterness is still there. A little vanilla. Ladyfingers soaked in coffee, tiramisu, cream. Aeration underlines the fruity dram with this very sweet cherry.

Comments: It is dry but may be too close to an old rum distilled from molasses, the range of scents and tastes really makes me think Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva a sound, without the heavy and sweet. And it is precisely that side with my favorite kind of flavors ...
84/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by Alexandre
The nose is grassy, with pleasant flavours of custard and sherry. With a suitable capacity and properly integrated with an alcohol, the nose also offers discreet notes of honey. Aeration highlights the chocolate with a hint of salt and a little hazelnut, caramel and coffee. This is nice, but not more.

The palate is grassy. Then, quickly, in a syrupy or granular warmth, liquid chocolate just dominate the whole. It's not bad, but linear. A touch of alcohol on the finish shows an average integration. Aeration softens the whole, which remains dominated by this grass / chocolate balance, even if one sees a little sherry and oilseeds.

The final average is on chocolate, liqueur this time, with a touch of warm spice. Very concentrated, it then evolves to the chili.

In conclusion, a whisky pleasant to drink, but technically limited.
82/100
WDTS2011-03
Comment by ALouis
Color: Amber
Nose: very marked by the barrel, lacking balance and freshness.
winy notes and resinous, caramel, dried fruit and nuts.
Water brings out the wood and varnish.
Palate: woody with this resin and a significant astringency.
Same flavors as the nose: caramel, nuts, sugar and dried fruit.
The water does not help, sherry aged in a whisky cask?
Long finish on the flavors of the mouth.

78/100

Glendronach

1971-2009. Single Cask Batch 1

Age
38 years
Alcohol percentage
49,4 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 483
Dates
Distil: 25/02/1971 Bottling: 07/2009
Bottle
544 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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89/100
Glendronach 1971 Single cask batch 1
Personal Comment

Glendronach: not in collection

Glendronach

1991-2010, Cask#2512

Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
51,9 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Aloroso
Cask number
single cask 2512
Dates
Distil: 1991 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 85/100
Glendronach single cask 91
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1989 PX Puncheon

Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
53,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Pedro Ximenez puncheon
Cask number
single cask 3315
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
522 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
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links & average quote
81/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

13 years

Age
13 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Murray McDavid
Cask
sherry refill hogshead finish
links & average quote
74/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1972-2009, cask #719

Collection
single cask 1972, batch 1
Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
54,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Aloroso
Cask number
single cask 719
Dates
Distil: 1972 Bottling: 2009
Bottle
474 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
94/100
Glendronach 1972
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1972-2010, cask 7187

Age
38 years
Alcohol percentage
51,5 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry butt
links & average quote
91/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1989 PX Puncheon

Collection
Single cask 1989, batch 2
Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
53,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Pedro Ximenez puncheon
Cask number
single cask 3315
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
522 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1991-2010, Cask#2512

Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
51,9 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Aloroso
Cask number
single cask 2512
Dates
Distil: 1991 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 85/100
Glendronach single cask 91
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1992-2009, cask #1140

Age
16 years
Alcohol percentage
57,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 1140
Dates
Distil: 1992 Bottling: 2009
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Glendronach 1992
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1992-2011, cask #161

Collection
Single Cask Batch 4
Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
59,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 161
Dates
Distil: 22/05/1992 Bottling: 07/2011
Bottle
500 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
90/100
Glendronach 1992 19 years
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Cask in a van 3rd edition

Age
8 years
Alcohol percentage
55 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Pedro Ximenez butt
Cask number
single cask 2009
Dates
Distil: 03/07/2002 Bottling: 06/2011
Bottle
496 of 660 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum BT2012 87/100
Glendronach in a van
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1972-2011, cask #712

Collection
Single Cask Batch 4
Age
39 years
Alcohol percentage
49,9 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 712
Dates
Distil: 02/03/1972 Bottling: 2011
Bottle
466 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 93/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

22 years, Old Train Line

Collection
Old Train Line
Age
22 years
Alcohol percentage
52,3 %
Bottler
Jack Wieber
Cask
Sherry Cask
Cask number
single cask 3058
Dates
Distil: 06/1990 Bottling: 07/2012
Bottle
399 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Single cask batch 7, 1991-2012

Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
51,3 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Pedro Ximenez puncheon
Cask number
single cask 3183
Dates
Distil: 15-11-1991 Bottling: 10-2012
Bottle
600 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Single cask batch 7, 1994-2012

Collection
Single Cask Batch 7
Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
58,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 98
Dates
Distil: 28-01-1994 Bottling: 10-2012
Bottle
628 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 87/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Cask Strength, batch 2

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
55,2 %
Bottler
Official
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1996 fo the Monnik Dranken

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
54,2 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
PX Sherry pucheon
Cask number
single cask 1480
Dates
Distil: 1996
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87/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

2002 Virgin Oak

Age
10 years
Alcohol percentage
57,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 4526
Dates
Distil: 2002 Bottling: 2012
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Personal Comment

Glendronach

The Glendronach Original (colour label, 75 cl)

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Plain Oak and sherry casks
Dates
Distil: mid 70's Bottling: mid 80's
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BT2013 86/100
Glendronach 12 80s
Personal Comment

Glendronach

13 years, for Denmark

Collection
Single cask for Denmark
Age
13 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
oloroso sherry
Cask number
single cask 231
Dates
Distil: 16/02/1996 Bottling: 10/2009
Bottle
397 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered
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Forum 87/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Single Cask batch 7, 1989-2012

Collection
Single Cask Batch 7
Age
22 years
Alcohol percentage
51,6 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
PX Sherry pucheon
Cask number
single cask 5475
Dates
Distil: 30/11/1989 Bottling: 10/2012
Bottle
600 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

1993, #12 for LMDW & the Nectar

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
53,7 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 12
Dates
Distil: 15/01/1993 Bottling: 10/2012
Bottle
623 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 87/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Single Cask batch 10, butt 494

Collection
Single Cask Batch 10
Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
55,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Oloroso sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 494
Dates
Distil: 12/02/1993 Bottling: 06/2014
Bottle
635 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
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Glendronach

Single Cask Batch 2, 1993-2010

Collection
Single cask Batch 2
Age
17 years
Alcohol percentage
60,5 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
First fill Oloroso casks
Cask number
single cask 529
Dates
Distil: 26/02/1993 Bottling: 06/2010
Bottle
627 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 88/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

Single cask batch 9, 1990-2013

Collection
Single cask Batch 9
Age
23 years
Alcohol percentage
50,6 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
PX Sherry pucheon
Cask number
single cask 1243
Dates
Distil: 05-09-1990 Bottling: 10-2013
Bottle
679 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Glendronach

2002, Bourbon barrel

Collection
selected by La Maison du Whisky
Age
8 years
Alcohol percentage
58 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Bourbon barrel
Cask number
single cask 694
Dates
Distil: 2002 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
250 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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BT2015 86/100
Glendronach for LMDW
Personal Comment
see tasting notes: BT2015

Glendronach

19 years old 1995-2014

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
54,2 %
Bottler
Official
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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BT2016 88/100
glendronach 19
Personal Comment
see comments BT2016

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