MrTattieHeid wrote:I had a dram of the DD (assume it's the same one) at the Bow Bar and loved it. I find cherries in Glenglassaugh, and of the three or four I've tried, this one had it strongest. (Must be one o' them new-fangled cherry-cask finishes. )
That's the one. I remember your expression when you first tasted it - mind you , it was just after a mouthful of burnt popcorn
I emailed some dude calling himself the Scotch doctor as he had some is in his inventory but he said none of the Glassaughs he'd had were anything special and he had the bottles for completionist reasons. Bah, come on the family Silver is supposed to be good, there must be other good bottlings about!
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in Germany there are two OBs 19 and 22 years old which came out last year. Jack Wiebes bottled one in his Old Train Line which is 35 years or therabouts. I wonder you seem not to be able to find Glenglassaugh bottlings. At the moment and in these boom times everybody seems to bottle Glenglassaugh at least you can get that impression here. Two years ago many people didn`t even know that there once was a distillery called Glenglassaugh.
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