At "Whisky Live", the Glengoyne people told me that this had sold out. I got the same story from Royal Mile Whiskies.
I know where I can get this malt at retail. Would it be a good investment?
I had him once during a N&T. It was a very nice whisky, a fresh nose, medium to full on the palate with some milk chocolate, and a long and warming finish. It was quite surprising and a first fill Scottish oak finnish won't be repeated. From what I know, they where planning to do some refill Scottish oak at the Glengoyne...
Well it's nice and rare but I wouldn't go for it, simply it didn't nock me down in instant.
Not sure about its value as a collectors' item. As a drinking whisky, it was pleasant, but nothing extraordinary. Bear in mind also that the regular 10 & 17yo Glengoynes are fairly genteel malts.
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