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?
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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