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Glenlochy Distillery operated from 1900 to 1983 in Fort William, very close to Ben Nevis Distillery. In the early 20th Century Scotch whisky industry suffered decline caused by bankruptcy of Pattison’s Ltd and Glenlochy experienced long periods of closure. In 1953 DCL took over the distillery and despite major renovation conducted in the 1970s, Glenlochy with its modest distilling potential (about 1 million liters of spirit per annum) did not survive another downturn of the early 1980s. The distillery closed in 1983 and the site was sold to West Coast Inn Ltd. in 1992. Glenlochy 1979, part of Gordon & MacPhail Rare Old range (RO/12/04/), contains whisky aged in refill sherry hogsheads. Released in 2012 with an outrun of 460 bottles.
Nose: sandy beach, grass on dunes, green apples and grapes, milk chocolate, ground pepper and hints of ginger, touch of peat and oak.
Palate: smooth, apple pie sprinkled with cinnamon, buttered toast, hay, dash of salt and pepper, vanilla, oak and fading hints of smoke.
Finish: pretty long, grassy, with notes of hay, sea breeze, distant peat smoke and delicate oakiness .