Friday, 5 March 2010

Glengoyne 10 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Highland region, Southwest district. Founded in 1833 by George Connell

Unlike most other single malts Glengoyne has been preserving the essence of its flavour for decades by using air-dried barley rather than barley dried using harsh peat smoke. The result is a subtler, complex whisky in which all of the delicate flavours are freely allowed to express themselves.
Glengoyne 10 year old Scotch Whisky Tasting Notes
Distillery edition

Colour: Golden yellow. Clear and bright
Nose: Sweet, with toffee and popcorn aromas. Slightly nutty, with fresh green apples coming through

Mouthfeel: Warming
Initial Taste: Clean. Green apples and grass with a hint of sweet liquorice

With Water: Sweeter. Linseed oil and almonds.

Finish: Sweet and malty

Comments: Great introduction to Glengoyne range.
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