Gordon & MacPhail have today released their latest very special bottling. And oh wow! Limited to 100 bottles is the Generations Mortlach 75 year old (44.4%). That's right, a 75 year old (!!!) single malt whisky; the oldest bottled whisky ever! https://www.thewhiskybarrel.co.uk/mortlach-75-year-old-1939-generations-single-malt-scotch Please email us for availability - info@thewhiskybarrel.com Tasting Lost Port Dundas 25yo Sovereign grain whisky. Blogging on this grain distillery soon. The dram was lovely! http://t.co/QGd3Wvai5G

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21 Year Old
21 Year Old
ABV: 43.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Distillery
Age: 21 Years Old
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Glengoyne
21 Year Old Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

$149.40
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Glengoyne 21 Year Old Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Wonderfully deep copper hue and rich mouthfeel, the upshot of 21 years in the finest sherry oak casks.

Nose: Red apples, toffee, sherry, spicy strudel.

Taste: Lots of Sherry, honey, oak with a developing aromatic sensation. Ends with a heavenly cinnamon nip.

Finish: Long, sherry, spicy, warm and dry.

Glengoyne

Glengoyne Distillery was established as Burnfoot of Drumgoyne Distillery in 1833 by George Connel in Scotland’s Highland whisky region although its warehouses rest across the road in the Lowland whisky region. All the malt is dried by hot air and so all Glengoyne whisky is unpeated and on site maturation is in sherry and bourbon casks in addition to some Japanese and Scottish oak casks. Glengoyne Distillery has a visitor centre and offers distillery tours.

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