Glengoyne Single Malt Whisky 10yo, 15yo, 18yo 3x5cl Miniatures in Gift Tube

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Country Scotland
Spirit Type Malt and Deluxe Whisky
Brand Glengoyne
Size 70cl
ABV 42.0%

Appreciate the differing and unique characters of the 10, 15 and 18 Years Old Glengoyne Single Malts with this stylish black and gold branded tin. It stores three 5cl bottles of Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky and contains a small distillery booklet providing tasting notes and the six brand truths. A neat way to track the increasing influence of sherry casks on these whiskies.

Contains 1 x 5cl of each of the following:

  • Glengoyne 10 Years Old - Fresh green apples, toffee and a hint of nuttiness. 
  • Glengoyne 15 Years Old - Complex, sweet and rounded – with a spicy oak finish.
  • Glengoyne 18 Years Old - Spicy vanilla fruit, ripe apples and a rich, luxurious mouthfeel.
Country Of Origin: Scotland

Glengoyne Distillery is a whisky distillery continuously in operation since its founding in 1833 at Dumgoyne, north of Glasgow, Scotland. Glengoyne is unique in producing Highland single malt whisky matured in the Lowlands. Located upon the Highland Line, the division between the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland, Glengoyne’s stills are in the Highlands while maturing casks of whisky rest across the road in the Lowlands. Unlike many malt whisky distilleries today, Glengoyne does not use peat smoke to dry their barley, but instead uses warm air.

In the early 19th century, due to the heavy taxes on spirit production imposed by the government, many whisky producers were forced to operate illegally. The area around Glengoyne was full of hills and forests which provided excellent cover for the distillers. Although Glengoyne only officially existed from 1833 and no records exist from before this date, it is believed that distilling on the site pre-dates that with a local historian writing that the smoke of "illicit stills" was visible in the area in the early 19th century.

Originally known as the Burnfoot distillery, it was originally owned by George Connell who built the distillery and took out a lease on the surrounding land, on which was built a warehouse which is still in use today. Its name was later changed to Glengoyne which comes from 'Glenguin' or 'Glen of the Wild Geese'.

In 1984 the Lang Brothers became suppliers of whiskies to the then Queen Mother, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's household. The Royal Warrant has since been delegated to Ian Macleod and is featured on all Glengoyne products.

Country Of Origin: Scotland

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