Regular price $115.00
The booming sherry business in the 1870s produced a steady supply of imported sherry casks. Glengoyne began using them consistently to mature their spirit – and the taste of the whisky was utterly transformed, becoming softer and more complex. What began as a sharp way to save a few shillings is now the most expensive way to mature whisky – and an essential part of the flavour of Glengoyne.
Nose: Fresh Hay, Malt Flour, Rosehip, Citrus and dried fruit
Taste: Clean with a gentle sweetness, a hint of tropical fruit, candied lemon, cinnamon, vanilla and apple pie.
Finish: Pleasant dry finish with gentle spice and lingering oak.