Distilled in 1971 and matured in a small batch of exquisite Oloroso sherry casks, this 33 year-old dram appeared in 2004 and at the time was the oldest and quite possibly the best Glendronach ever released. Boasting 95/100 from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible and a Gold Medal at the San Francisco Spirits Competition, this is not a dram to miss.
(£541.67 ex. VAT)
CountryScotlandRegionSpeysideBottlerDistillery BottlingBottling StatusDiscontinuedAge33 Year OldCask TypeSherry
Not to be missed. The bottle is now empty. It should be drunk and not kept as it was made to enjoy, and enjoy it I did. Lovely, smooth and full of flavours.
- anonymous, 11 days ago
I had a wonderful taste just two days ago, this is one of the best and oldest malts I have ever had, it was amazing...
- David B. Rennie, 2nd January
Gleonronach 1971 is much better than this, i find this not that attractive like the 1971,
- saha, 15th Jul '12
This is a sperb dram!! The angels were smiling the day they made this.
- anonymous, 2nd Jul '12
Pure Ecstasy. Heavy with ancient wood, serious and complex yet an ever-changing sherry dessert, unforgettable, compelling. May I add, nom nom!
- Jay, 2nd Jul '12
It just doesn't get any better. My absolute favourite.
- Len Drake, 31st Jan '11
Enjoyed this with the business partners to celebrate a great year. I'm relatively new to scotch ... but wow. WOW!
- Jeff O, 24th Dec '10
A very good friend bought this for my 40th Birthday (40 year old whisky being very difficult to source at realistic prices!).This is an outstanding Whisky, sweet from the sherry casks with complex antique 'old' flavours and plenty of depth and character with a long finish.Just stunning.
- Chris Strellis, 22nd Dec '09
I don't like whisky, can't stand the stuff !! -but if I could only drink one thing for the rest of my life this would have to be it.
- A Convert, 10th Oct '09
pure perfection! We drank it for my Son's naming...it stole the show!
- Justin, 14th Jul '09
Best dram i've ever tasted!
- anonymous, 25th Oct '08
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