What a dram!!! Beautifully layered, dollops of malt, superbly smooth and integrated, and just a great tasting whisky.
I was all the more impressed because I don't think the Glengoyne 10yo is anything special, and I tried the 21yo recently and thought it was horribly tired, flat, and woody.
It seems 17 years is the real peak for this one.
Anyone else tasted it recently?
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An excellent, soft beautifull malt. Love it. I find it way better than any of the "subbtle malts" from the lowlands, or the less sherryed speysiders like the Glenlivet....
I would like to try the cask strength, but I wonder if it will ever be available in our sweaty outpost of mud over sea...
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