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Glengoyne is definitely one of the most unique Scottish distilleries. The Highland Lane, which historically divides Highland from Lowland runs through the distillery grounds, putting the process buildings on the Highland side while warehouses in Lowlands. Consequently, the whisky is Highland distilled and Lowland matured. The vintage expression presented here is a perfect example of ‘old school’ Glengoyne. The whisky was distilled form the legendary Golden Promise variety in 1971, when the distillery was owned by Lang Brothers, a subsidiary of Robertson & Baxter, controlled by the holding company The Edrington Trust, and aged in sherry wood. Bottled in 1996 at natural strength of 48.5% abv with an outrun of 2100 bottles.
Nose: beautiful balance between oak and sherry, toffee, brown sugar, breakfast cereals, roasted chestnuts, prunes and hints of cinnamon and cloves.
Palate: smooth, with distinctive sherry notes, prunes, dried figs, honey-roasted almonds, raisins, milk chocolate, apple pie dusted with cinnamon and toasted oak.
Finish: long, with notes of sherry and dried fruit perfectly balanced with oak.