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The whisky

List of the bottles

Glengoyne: official bottlings

Glengoyne

10 years

Age
10 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum73/100
The colour is intense gold. The nose is full, refined and elegant, but without complexity and reveals vegetable, fruity and cereal hints.
The palate is light and fruity, which contrasts with the nose. One could expect a stronger body.
The finish, of average length, confirms this impression.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment

The nose announces a "round" relatively simple whisky. The absence of any peat in this whisky who calls itself "the unpeated whisky" is characteristic. The taste is light and without lots of depths, but is pleasant. A short finish coming back to malt.
70/100
The second tasting just confirmed the first one, a whisky dominated by the malt, and without complexity.
70/100
The nose seems to be marked by malt, but not only by malt. Nice fruity notes and some discrete notes of Marshmellow complete the impression, giving a quite "clean" whole. In the palate, a great sweetness, still very "clean", I mean without the wild character peat gives to a whisky. Despite this moderation, this whisky developes a nice tastes palette, rather close to each other, which gives the impression of a kind of flatness. An interesting finish, marked by some malty notes, mixe to walnut hints. Even if this whisky is not a real must, it does not deserve the first quotations.
79/100

Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour: Bright polished brass. Nose: Very easy, smooth and floral. There is hay, leaves of grass and very discreet meadow honey and softly burnt caramel. All in all this nose is in every aspect a real discreet nose. Taste: Again honey, this time far more intense. Also those very sympathetic floral notes, hazelnuts and almonds trying to offer some company, and, yes, as the label says, there is really no peat indeed, but also no fruits neither. Also herbs and wood are missingn and so is any trace of smoke and leather. So it is just plain grass, honey and caramel, no more and no less. Finish: Sweet, fine and pleasant, soft and malty, for a good while there is soft prickling alcohol on the tongue. Conc.: So it is just plain grass, honey and caramel, no more and no less. If you think there is no more needed for a good whisky so far, this is the dram for you.
74/100

Glengoyne

12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
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79/100
The colour is gold-yellow.
The nose is fresh but sweet and fruity and recalls the Cox apple, with a kind of rich malted dryness, light sherry hints and a touch of oak juice (?).
The body is round, light and sweet.
The palate is fruity and recalls grass and apples. The taste is rather pleasant.
The finish is particularly sweet.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
This version of Glengoyne is rather uncommon. Generally 10, 17 or 21 years old are marketed. The 12 y.o. is surprising, very sweet and flavoured. A nice rather long finish. This "unpeated Malt" is a kind of jewel in its kind. One of the only from South-West of the Highlands, near Lowlands, and finally not that far away (at least geographically) from the Islands and Campbeltown.
79/100
A very fruity nose. Apples on a light malt background. In the palate, apples and wood hints. A rather short and sweet, with some bitter touches finish.
79/100
A rather sweet floral nose. Spring flowers, with hints of delicate fruits. In the palate, this sweetness dominates as well, with some bitter touches, walnuts and bananas, and some ripe green apples... An interesting finish, quite long and first bitter, and then smoother.
79/100

Glengoyne

17 years

Age
17 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Official
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81/100

The colour is gold with amber glints. The nose is warm, dry and fruity.
Some sherry hints are detected.
The palate is sweet and fruity, and the finis is long with strong sherry touches.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
A very nice nose, dry and slightly spice announces a great moment. This "unpeated Malt" is a real pleasure in the mouth, where its peppery sweetness is a great festival for the papilla's. A exceptionally long finish prolongs the happiness for several minutes.
84/100
The second tasting confirmed the pleasant spicy nose, but the finish seemed much shorter.
79/100
The nose reveals sweet hints of ripe fruits, malt and a slightly spicy touch. The palate is round and rather sweet, with however some discrete spicy hints. A very nice finish where sherry and (sweet) pepper are present.
79/100
The first nose is pleasantly fruity. Citrus fruit and green apple. Soon clear peppery notes appear and then the nose is overwhelmed by magnificent notes of ripe fruit, and behind those, a touch of cut grass. An exceptional nose, between a kind of acid freshness and a remarkable fruity and spicy complexity.
The first mouth is acid. Less complex than the nose was, it is essentially fresh. Ripe fruit notes have disappeared. The palate remains very pleasant although far behind the nose quality.
The finish prolongs the mouth, keeping essentially the memory of citrus freshness. Not very complex neither even if a kind of bitterness takes the place of the acidity at the very end.
79/100 83/100

Glengoyne

21 years

Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Official
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81/100

The colour is deep gold and the nose evokes fruits and oak.
The palate confirms the nose and the very long finish is especially pleasant.
.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
This 21 years old version of the "unpeated Malt" is an excellent example of balance between several aromas one can find in whisky. A hint of pepper associated to fine spices, coating a smooth malt smell. Who says balance excludes surprises... A very great malt, with less depth however. One of the many malts one does not regret to have purchased, even if the price is high. It is also not really essential. A good bottle...
79/100
A second tasting has nearly confirmed the first one. But the score has been modified..
84/100
The third tasting hasn't modified anything to what is already written about this bottle.
79/100
The nose is very fruity, ripe pears with a hint of spices, and a touch of smoke. The mouth is first very smooth, malt and toffee and ripe fruit touches. The finish is very smooth too, with still this presence of ripe fruit and pudding cake.
84/100

Glengoyne

Scottish Oak

Age
16 years
Alcohol percentage
53,5 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Scottish oak
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83/100
This bottling will probably be the only one matured in Scottish oak casks. The scottish oak is very rare and expensive, which gives little chances for this experience to be repeted in the future.
It is a limited edition, only 5000 of them were bottled.
After maturation in this kind of casks, the colour, pale gold at the origin, changes in a rich dark gold colour. The fruity and short nose is replaced by a more "full" whisky with some warm vanilla fragrances. The mouth impression is made up by nut and chocolate touches, with a long, rather sweet finish.
Personal Comment
The nose announces immediately a very great whisky, without any hint of peat. The slightly acid taste coming back soon on malt is really pleasant, and the high percentage of alcohol does not hinder at all. A very great bottle. A long and sweet finish prolongs the happiness for a while.
84/100
The nose is rather powerful, marked by vanilla and citrus. Very perfumed, very round and rather complex. In the palate, the citrus fruits remain on a malty and woody background, with a kind of tingling, probably due to the degree of alcohol. A lingering and perfumed finish, with some remote hints of chocolate and a acid hint.
84/100
The nose is pleasant, marked by the sweetness of vanilla and is slightly acid (citrus fruit). A discrete smell of fresh cut wood on the background. In the palate, the acid character dominates soon, together with the acidity of citrus, and a taste of fresh wood. A kind of bitterness, but not the warm bitterness of walnut. Something "less grown up". The finish is rather long, with some warmer bitter hints.
79/100
The nose is rather marked by spices and pepper, and some interesting woody notes mixed with slightly acid fragrances. In the palate, the first impression is a kind of bitterness, followed by nice chocolate or coffee (moka) notes. This whisky is relatively complex but the taste spectrum is however rather limited but very pleasant, and without any monotony. A lingering and very pleasant finish, on the same moka notes as the mouth was.
84/100

Glengoyne

Cask Strength

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
57,2 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum 85/100
Glengoyne Cask Strenght

Natural colour - Un chill-filtered
Colour: Rich Oak
Nose: Subtle sherry, toffee apples
Palate: Honey, cocoa and fruits
Finish: Long and fruity

(comments from the producer)

Personal Comment
The nose announces a nicely balanced whisky. No aggressiveness despite the degree of alcohol, some discrete sherry and cereal notes. Nice fruity touches as well. In the palate, first a slightly bitter impression, covered by the power of this cask strength. Not really complex but very pleasant. A long and warm finish, with nice malty or chocolate hints
79/100
A very nice presence at the first nosing, fresh, slightly peppery, hints of bee was, without being however very contrasted nor complex. Some smoky hints seem to appear on the background. The palate is really interesting and much more complex than the nose was, but the alcohol percentage is quite hindering if no water is added. A very nice palette, even if it seems to concentrate on slightly woody aromas, cashew notes. A the very first tasting, an explosion of citrus hints which quickly fades away. This impression is not present any more at the second sip. The finish is very long, in the same notes the palate was, nut and some wood, the whole very fine.
88/100
The nose is clearly marked by the cereal. Some warm bread impression, bread like the bakers used to make when I was a boy. A touch of yeast also, the whole being nicely balanced. Discrete pepper notes near some wax hints.
In the palate, the aromas seem to release, nice complexity going from the malt sweetness to nice acid notes. A touch of fruit and some happiness above all. Discrete woody hints come and complete this more than pleasant palate.
A lingering and very pleasant finish, on the same palette as the mouth was, refined and particularly long.
88/100

Glengoyne

Single Cask 19 years

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
55,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Refill sherry butt
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength (Limited edition)
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86/100
Glengoyne Single Cask 19
Appearance: golden yellow.
Nose: Wild flowers, butter and cider apples. Elegant.
Palate: Rich and bold. Vanilla fudge, banana, cooked apples and ripe melon.
Finish: Superb, long complex and rich
Personal Comment
The nose is very smooth and delicately perfumed. Flowers and slightly acid fruits of the forest or even exotic fruits like star fruit. The mouth is very fine as well, really complex, developing now ripe fruit tastes, now slightly acid ones, developing alternately on malted barley and green appel. In short very much contrasts. A very nice lingering finish, pleasantly warm.
84/100
The nose is remarkably smooth, no aggressiveness at all. Nice notes of malt, butter cream and vanilla discretely hiding sweet floral hints and cooked fruit fragrances. Smoothness and character are also the main characteristics of the palate. Nice complexity even if the taste palette remains limited. Cereals and smoothness. The finish is warm and somewhat powerful. The magic side of this whisky is that even if has shown smoothness all along the tasting, it characterizes itself also by a very strong presence.
88/100

Glengoyne

Ewan's choice

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
51,5 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
sherry puncheon
Cask number
single cask 441
Dates
Distil: 13/04/1986 Bottling: 1/05/2005
Bottle
191 of 600 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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89/100
Glengoyne Ewan's choice
Personal Comment
Remarkable dark amber colour, nearly brown. The nose is exceptionally balanced, smooth, marked by nice sherry hints and discrete notes of very refined wood. In the palate, just happiness! Sherry sweetness together with a light woody bitterness, the taste developing continuously from the one to the other, bright taste palette, complex and perfectly balanced. Some acid notes just enhance the impression of complexity. The finish is long, and precisely on the same palette the mouth was, with this sherry taste which remains for long minutes in the palate
88/100
The nose is clearly marked by sherry and ... sherry. Some discrete woody hints enhance it a bit. This is a very pleasant nose, specially for those who like sherry.
The mouth is clearly more complex than the nose was. Nice fruity and chocolate notes. Even if sherry remains dominant, it leaves some room for other fragrances de develop. A light woody bitterness appears after a while.
The finish is unusually long. Paradoxically much more complex than mouth and nose were. If sherry presence is obvious, a lot of other hints appear here. For instance liquorice hints.
I did not taste many whiskies presenting a finish which is much richer than nose and mouth. This is a remarkable example proving it exists...
84/100

Glengoyne

Duncan's choice

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
55,7 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 1204
Dates
Distil: 4/07/1989 Bottling: 1/05/2005
Bottle
189 of 350 btls
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88/100
Glengoyne Duncan's choice
Personal Comment
Usually whisky colour does not appear in my tasting notes, but this one is so characteristic that it is worth mentioning it. Deep brown, no need to add any cola to get this tint. It reminds me some cough syrup from my childhood.
The nose is clearly marked by the sweetness of sherry, hints of vanilla, crème brûlée and other delicacies. Some fine wood appears too, surrounding the other tastes but without dominating them. A perfectly balanced nose.
The mouth is first marked by sweet-sour hints, nice contrasts between acid elements, citrus fruits (somewhere between lemon and grapefruit) and some fine woody notes. Chocolate touches. Taste developes further on malty notes, still surrounded by citrus and wood.
Finish seemed first rather short, or at least much more discrete than the mouth was, and the taste seems to fade quickly. However nice fragrances between wood and sherry come slowly back in the mouth , first discretely and after a while they perfectly cover the palate with nice memories of slightly peppered sherry which will remain there for some long minutes of pleasure.
88/100
An amazingly pleasant nose marked by both sherry and very interesting chocolate notes, a touch of cut grass, freshness and above all an extraordinary richness. Coffee notes appearing a bit later contrast cheerfully with the freshness described above. The palate is dominated as well by sherry associated to very nice cocoa notes, and a touch of acidity is soon tempered by the smoothness of dominating malt. Really a superb whisky. The finish is not outdone neither. A very light coffee after taste blends with the malty sweetness, some alcohol impression and the last sherry hints. This is a great whisky.
88/100
Nice nose pleasantly marked by sherry and beautiful floral notes, followed by discrete medicinal touches quickly overruled by hints of coconut and honey. Pleasantly complex nose...
In the palate, a superb balance between sherry, slightly woody notes and ripe fruit. Obvious but not hindering presence of alcohol.
Nice lingering finish, still marked by sherry.
Very beautiful whisky.
88/100

Glengoyne independent bottlings

Glengoyne

1997, Whisky in the Church 2009 bottling

Collection
The WitC's Bottlings
Age
11 years
Alcohol percentage
58,5 %
Bottler
Jean Boyer
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
84/100
glenboyne 97 witc
Personal Comment
A first clearly fruity nose, ripe pear, before developing on interesting spicy notes, touches of pepper, giving it quite a pleasant complexity.
In the palate, the first dominating character is an intense fruity smoothness developing soon on spicy notes which will rather quickly be followed by hints of cashew nuts, giving the final touch to the whole.
The finish is marked by some alcohol tingling (paradoxically absent from both the mouth and the nose), and soon after this quite unpleasant feeling passed, the pleasure of the mouth reappears.
84/100

Glengoyne

Best Casks of Scotland 1979-2009

Collection
Best casks of Scotland
Age
11 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Jean Boyer
Dates
Distil: 1997 Bottling: 2009
Particularity
(same cask than the Witch version, but diluted)
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79/100
Glengoyne 97 Jean Boyer
Personal Comment

Colour: Pale yellow
The nose is fresh and unfortunately dominated by the smell of yeast that I like very little. Behind this yeast rather discreet fruity smells are emerging. The whole thing is pretty cool and without much complexity.
The mouth reveals fortunately no yeast. Rather, it is very fresh, with vague or acid fruity tastes. Some unripe fruit. Here again, no great complexity.
The finish is long and fresh, still with the memory of these green fruit, and still fairly monotonous character.
79/100


Glengoyne

Daily Dram Glengoyne 37 yo

Collection
The Nectar of Daily Drams
Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
52 %
Bottler
Bresser&Timmer / The Nectar
Dates
Distil: 1972 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Glengoyne 37 Daily Dram
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

Clubs 1999, for whiskyfreunde-salzuflen

Collection
Clubs
Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
53,8 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask number
single cask 13059
Dates
Distil: 07/1999 Bottling: 10/2013
Bottle
142 of 195 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
0/100
Glengoyne MoS Clubs 1999
Personal Comment

Glengoyne: samples

Glengoyne

1995

Collection
Best casks of Scotland
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Jean Boyer
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links & average quote
84/100
Personal Comment
The nose is rather clean, with discrete notes of was on a background of slightly fruity malt. An impressive freshness with some vegetal hints. In the palate, a very nice complexity, where the first taste is a subtle mix of sweetness with a touch of acidity, but develops quickly in the direction of malt, slowly developing itsefl to moka or Belgian chocolate. Anyway, quite an unusual palate, really interesting.The finish is lingering and warming with a slight touch of bitterness after a while. An excellent whisky.
84/100

Glenglassaugh

MacPhail's 1986

Collection
MacPhail's
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Gordon & MacPhail
Dates
Distil: 1986 Bottling: 2000
links & average quote
BT2006 85/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

Best Casks of Scotland 1997-2010

Collection
Best casks of Scotland
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Jean Boyer
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links & average quote
74/100
Personal Comment

Colour: Pale yellow
Aromas of hay appear in the first olfactory contact. Distant hay and some notes of yeast, soon followed by some relatively austere fruit notes but far from devoid of interest. No great exuberance, but a fairly consistent even if the nose is not my favorite flavor profile.
A good first impression quickly followed by an increase in strength of acid notes and fresh but relatively tasteless. Some complexity, however. Nice mouth for a drink of whiskey but not really extraordinary.
The finish is fresh and relatively short, it is fresh and prolongs the mouth without surprise.
74/100


Glengoyne

15 years, Scottish oak finish

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Official
Bottle
0 of 0 btls
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74/100
Glengoyne 15 scottisch oak
Personal Comment
The nose is pleasantly influenced by smells of malt and hazelnut with nice peppery notes and a beautiful fruity freshness. The mouth is rather flat and the contrast between the nutty bitter notes and the malt are not nice enough to enhance the whole. The finish is pleasant, with some domination by the nutty bitterness. Good bottle, no more.
74/100

Glengoyne

1972, sherry butt #3195

Age
38 years
Alcohol percentage
52,8 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 3195
Dates
Distil: 27/9/1972 Bottling: 06/2009
Bottle
192 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Glengoyne mos 1972
Personal Comment
A remarkably fresh nose, with beautiful notes of cut grass, mint and green fruits. Very nice complexity. Encouraging nose.
The first mouth is rather dry, but soon the fresh and acid notes appear, developing quickly on a light and very pleasant nutty bitterness. A large palette of tastes enhance the pleasure until the summit is reached: alternately cashew nut notes and touches of green apple.
The finish prolongs perfectly the mouth and the cashew nut notes get more and more present.
Excellent bottle.
88/100

Glengoyne

1973, Bourbon barrel

Age
36 years
Alcohol percentage
55,1 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Bourbon barrel
Cask number
single cask 677
Dates
Distil: 5/2/1973 Bottling: 06/2009
Bottle
192 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 86/100
Glengoyne mos 1973
Personal Comment
Nice hints of malt with a touch of smoke and lots of ripe fruits and vanilla touches. A great smoothness and a very refined nose.
A firework of fruits in the palate. Mix of peaches and acid green apples, pear, hints of cashew nuts. Great balance and nice complexity.
Finish is on fruit too. Lingering and very pleasant.
The sherry version 1972 was however slightly superior, but this release is great too.
84/100

Glengoyne

1997, sherry butt

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
57,2 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 582
Dates
Distil: 17/2/1997 Bottling: 06/2009
Bottle
192 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
74/100
glengoyne 1998 mos
Personal Comment
A strange farmy smell and hints of yeast dominate the first nose. Then some malty notes and a tingling due to the alcohol. This is not a such good sign.
The mouth is quite "alcoholic" and hesitating between wood (amazing for such a young whisky) and malt. Some lack of body.
The finish is warm and relatively long, still influenced by this woody note, somewhere between unripe walnut and bitter chocolate.
74/100

Glengoyne

1998, sherry hogshead #1130

Age
11 years
Alcohol percentage
54,5 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
sherry hogshead
Cask number
single cask 1130
Dates
Distil: 1/04/1998 Bottling: 08/2009
Bottle
192 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
74/100
glengoyne 1998 mos
Personal Comment
The nose is clearly marked by sherry with some malty notes on the background. Not so much more...
The first mouth is very dry and relatively woody, but this impression is covered by the overruling sherry which seems to save this whisky. No complexity. Just dominant bitterness.
The finish is just the logical continuation of this mouth, bitterness, dryness and wood.
Far from being essential for a whisky collection...
74/100

Glengoyne

1998, sherry hogshead #1131

Age
11 years
Alcohol percentage
54,8 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask number
single cask 1131
Dates
Distil: 1/4/1998 Bottling: 2/2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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79/100
glengoyne 98
Personal Comment
The nose announces a real "sherry monster', one of those whiskies you wander if you drink sherry or whisky, because sherry is really dominating all other flavours. Some chocolate notes appear.
The first mouth is smooth and clearly marked by sherry too. A very pleasant nose, for those who love sherry. However, it could be much more complex.
The finish is rather long and warm, and oh... surprise... here too sherry is clearly dominating.
79/100

Glengoyne

1972, sherry hogshead, #3195/2

Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
52,5 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask number
single cask 3195/2
Dates
Distil: 17/9/1972 Bottling: 11/2009
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
0/100
glengoyne 1972 MOS
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

The Perfect Dram 1972-2010

Collection
The Perfect Dram
Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
57 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
refill sherry
Dates
Distil: 1972 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
220 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
Forum 91/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

1998, Sherry Hogshead #11006

Age
13 years
Alcohol percentage
53,7 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Sherry Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 11006
Dates
Distil: 04/1998 Bottling: 08/2011
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
89/100
Glengoyne 1998 MOS
Personal Comment

Color: Gold
Pleasant smells of biscuits, cinnamon and malt flatter the nose first. The nose is more balanced than complex. A noses in the tradition of Glengoyne ... very nice and no big surprises.
The mouth prolongs perfectly the nose. Beautiful notes of hazelnut, biscuit give this whisky this perfectly balanced without complexity character. In this case we can easily do without this complexity, as tastes are pleasant. One does not seek pleasure in the surprise, but in the perfect balance of what was in the mouth.
Nice finish, long and warm. Still the same feeling of fullness, without being aggressive or surprise.
89/100


Glengoyne: Not in collection

Glengoyne

2000-2012, sherry butt

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
58,2 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Sherry butt
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
Forum 83/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

1969-1998. Farewell Dram

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
54,4 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 4464
Dates
Distil: 1969 Bottling: 1998
Bottle
384 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
Forum 88/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

Jim's Choice

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
57 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 1083
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links & average quote
85/100
Glengoyne jims choice
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

English Merchant's choice

Age
13 years
Alcohol percentage
54,6 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 2716
Dates
Distil: 1997 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
81/100
Glengoyne english merchant
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

1998 Clubs

Collection
Clubs
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
52,9 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Dates
Distil: 1998 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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87/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

37 years

Collection
Exclusive Malts
Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
48,7 %
Bottler
The Creative Whisky Company
Cask number
single cask 976
Dates
Distil: 5-2-1973 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
158 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

Dark Sherry Hogshead, 1998

Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
54,8 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Dark sherry hogshead
Cask number
single cask 12024
Dates
Distil: 04-1998 Bottling: 04-2012
Bottle
258 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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84/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

37 years

Collection
Prenzlow Portfolio Collection
Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
51,2 %
Bottler
Jack Wieber
Cask number
single cask 4201
Dates
Distil: 1972
Bottle
120 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 91/100
Personal Comment

Glengoyne

30 years, The middle Cut

Age
37 years
Alcohol percentage
52,5 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1967 Bottling: 1997
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

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