Bottler: Original Bottling
Bottled: 2013 (?)
It’s been a while since I last reviewed a Glengoyne, so let’s take a look at this cask strength offering!
The nose starts off in the typical, light Glengoyne style. Alcohol up front, but not too much, considering the strength! Citrus and fresh ginger meet noticeably spicy European oak casks, providing notes of baking spices – cinnamon, allspice, cloves – as well as dark cherries, cherry pipe tobacco, cracked cherry stones, marzipan, dark chocolate with orange bits, and a base layer of dark, dried fruits served on an oak platter with a match being lit nearby.
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