The same traditional methods and basic ingredients, barley, water and yeast, have been used to make Scotch whisky for over 500 years and Glengoyne is no different. However there is one subtle difference which does set Glengoyne apart from other malt whiskies in a class of its own. Read More »
A miniature bottle of Glengoyne's 12 year old, first launched in 2009. Despite being a Highland malt, this whisky would have been aged in the Lowlands as the maturing warehouses are across the border on the other side of the road.
A pack of miniatures of the excellent Glengoyne range, encompassing the 10yo at 40%, and the 17yo and 21yo expressions at 43%. The 17yo is remembered particularly fondly in this writer's memory, while the 21yo shows very classy sherry characteristics.