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Glen Garioch Distillery was founded in 1797, what makes it one of the oldest Scottish distilleries remaining in operation.
Until the 1930s the distillery used name Glengarioch (‘Garioch’ is a fertile strip of land where top quality barley has been produced). When Morrison Bowmore Ltd. took over the distillery in 1970 malt was produced on site and newly appointed maltster, trained on Islay, was rather generous with the peat. All that changed in 1997. The 21 years old expression was part of the distillery range until early 2000s. Many believe it was Glen Garioch at its best, rich and superbly balanced Highland malt.
Nose: rich, autumn leaves, forest floor, dried fruit, caramel, orange zest, hints of old leather and tobacco, oak and lingering peat smoke.
Palate: lots of oak and strong sherry notes, honey roasted nuts, candied ginger and dash of nutmeg, caramel, vanilla, dried fruit and peat.
Finish: big and smoky, toffee, caramel, black currants and touch of leather.