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Glengoyne Scotch Whisky Review

Glengoyne Scotch whisky distillery is situated in a wooded valley in the southern Highlands of Scotland close to a small river that flows into the famous Loch Lomond. The grounds of Glengoyne straddle The Highland Line with the distillery in the Highlands and some of the warehousing in the Lowlands.


The distillery, which takes its name from “Glen Guin” or Glen of the Wild Geese, has been producing an exceptional single malt scotch whisky for nearly 200 years.


Glengoyne distillery has worked continuously since its founding in 1833 by George Connell.



Glengoyne Whisky Tasting Notes


Distillery Style


Nose :      Soft citric fruits.

Palate :    Light to medium bodied. Clean, grassy, fruity, nutty.

Finish :    Long. Sweet, oaky and delicate.



Glengoyne 10 year old


Nose   : Soft warm malty with heather and apples.

Palate : Light to medium body with apples and spices, quite buttery.

Finish : Long and fruity.



Glengoyne    12  year old   Provenance  46%

                                               From one Refill Hogshead   Ref: 9282

                                               Distilled Winter 1999 Bottled Autumn 2012


Nose   :  Light and  fresh with barley sugar and malt.

Palate :  Soft creamy maltiness with gentle oak and spices.

Finish  : Delicate toffee and spice.

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