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Glenugie is likely the least remembered distillery closed in the 1980s due to oversupply of Scotch whisky. This most eastern distillery in Scotland was founded in the early 1830s as Invernettie. It experienced much more closures and changes in ownership than periods of prosperity. One of bright periods began in the 1950s, when Glenugie then owned by Long John International supplied malt to the company blends, but it was all over by 1983. Glenugie 1970, released 2013 as part of Gordon & MacPhail Rare Old range (RO/12/03), contains whisky aged in remade American oak hogshead and bottled at 46% abv.
Nose: pretty rich, oranges, peaches, juniper berries, honey, maple syrup, dark chocolate, hints of aniseed and charred oak.
Palate: fruity with distinctive spiciness, oranges, raspberries, apples, grapefruits, praline, cocoa powder, oak and traces of cigar ash.
Finish: long and smooth, fruity, with notes of dark chocolate and oak.