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Glengoyne Distillery sits in the village of Dumgoyne, close to famous Loch Lomond. The southernmost of the Highland distilleries was founded in 1833 as Burnfoot Distillery. It was acquired in 1876 by Lang Brothers, who renamed it Glenguin. The name Glengoyne has been used since 1907. The vintage expression presented here is a perfect example of Glengoyne from the different era. The whisky was distilled form the legendary Golden Promise variety on April 26, 1972. Aged in casks 1478-1485, for over a quarter of the Century and bottled in 1997 at natural strength of 57.8% abv. Only 2400 bottles were produced.
Nose: very rich and fruity, bananas, apricots, oranges, cherries, touch of coconut, vanilla, hazelnuts, honey, hints of pine needles, hay and oak.
Palate: slightly oily, lots of fruits again, apricots, honeydew melon, pineapples, mangos, honey-roasted almonds, hints of licorice and subtle oaky notes.
Finish: very long and smooth, tropical fruit salad balanced with very pleasant oaky bitterness.