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Glenlochy Distillery was operating in Fort William (Western Highlands) from 1900 to 1983. It was a small distillery, equipped with a single pair of stills produced close to 1 million liters of spirit per annum. In 1953 Glenlochy was acquired by DCL and despite major renovation conducted in the 1970s, it closed in 1983. Bottlings of Glenlochy have always been scarce, now they practically don’t exist. The one presented here, part of Signatory Vintage Cask Strength Collection, comprises whisky distilled on November 6, 1980 and aged in a single hogshead (no. 3231), which after 35 years yielded only 71 bottles at 48% abv.
Nose: quite fresh and fruity, with delicate floral notes of summer meadow, oranges, apples, grapes, honey, touch of vanilla, hints of mint and oak.
Palate: nicely balanced, peaches, baked apples, raisins, candied lemon peel, lemon grass, pine needles, traces of honey and mint and subtle oaky bitterness.
Finish: medium long, with notes of oranges and bananas, oak and touch of mint.