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Whisky review no. 34: Glengoyne 21 yo (OB), 43%

Some facts about Glengoyne (and some general processing details):

Located in the Central (though pretty far south) Highlands and found in 1833 the whisky from Glengoyne was for a very long period of time considered a Lowland whisky. 751 more words


Glengoyne 25 yo.

Tracing the history of Glengoyne gives us a typical story of illegal distilling turning into a legal operation and the story begins  way way back to the early years of the 1800’s when George Connell begins distilling illegally on the same location as the present Distillery is located but he was not the first to occupy the location as it is believed his grandfather also distilled on the location prior to teaching George the art.. 268 more words

Tasting Notes

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Our 21st day of whisky; our 6th Glen, giving us a Glen percentage of 28.6%.  Not too shabby.  If you’re counting at home, it’s been:  Dailuaine-Glenlivet (Day 1 – sort of a cheater Glen), Glentauchers (Day 8), Glenmorangie (Day 9), Glenfiddich (Day 10), Glenglassaugh (Day 15), and now today’s Glengoyne, a Highland distillery whose 18 Year Single Malt… 272 more words

Pop And Pour

A Wee Dram: Thoughts on Scotch

I have a confession to make: I didn’t care much for whiskey before I went to Scotland. It’s like going to France and not liking red wine. 432 more words