Two years ago Master Quill had a week specially dedicated to Glengoyne. In that week I reviewed a Glengoyne from 1985 called “Summer… 279 more words
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Fresh green apples, toffee and a hint of nuttiness. 259 more words
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Cask No. 293 more words
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Daniel's Whisky Notes
On the nose: Wet sawdust, cereals, ink, vanilla, mango and nuts. More malt and nuts with water added.
On the palate: Citrus, dry wood, norwegian krydderkake and a hint of honey. 24 more words
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An often confusing navigation. PATRICK LECLEZIO cuts through the clutter
First published in Prestige Magazine (February 2015 edition).
“We distill our whisky more slowly than any other distillery in Scotland”. 1,058 more words
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Tucked into the Highlands and on the edge of the Lowlands, Glengoyne has the distinctive saying that they are the only single-malt distilled in the Highlands and aged in the Lowlands. 276 more words