Glendronach 21 Year Old Parliament
70cl / 48%
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Dark Chocolate
Glendronach 21 Year Old Parliament Reviews
Tasting Notes by Dave Broom for Whisky Magazine
Nose: Ripe with some woodsmoke, mulch/humus. Sweet, rich and deep hints of sulphur.
Palate: Soft and long. Tomato puree, treacle toffee and gravy browning. Deep and intense with grip.
Finish: Long, firming.
Comments: Yes there's sulphur but it's not off-putting for me.
Tasting Notes by Martine Nouet for Whisky Magazine
Nose: Sherried. Dense. Damp warehouse or more precisely cider cellar. Burnt wood. Earthy. Moss. Fig syrup. Coffee and walnut cake.
Palate: Sweet and mellow at start then the wood prevails. Huge wave of liquorice. Eau-de-vie cherries in dark chocolate.
Finish: Lingering, nutty and chocolatey.
Comments: A well balanced sherried whisky. Rich, complex with a beautiful finish.
14 Customer Reviews
Add a few drops of water and you will have the best after dinner dram of your life. Besides the fact that this is a sherry monster the dominant note for me is chocolate. Both Milk and Dark. On the nose I get Dates and Figs too. If you want to have a nice alcoholic desert that is both chocolaty and spicy. It reminds of you Christmas flavours. I highly recommend it.
Rich rich taste, defiantly has WOW factor for me. Ive had a couple of different bottles of Glendronach statements before, & have never been disappointed.
This awesome funky little monster is like drinking a spiced chocolate covered truffle mushroom dusted in light espresso powder.
Bags and bags of character and depth, a Christmas dram if there ever was one but try a few teaspoons of water it really opens up and there is a bit of sulfur but not in a bad way it tends to die away again with a little water and I recommend experimenting and exploring this dram it really keeps on giving with a little coaxing !
The best value for money whisky
This Dronach is fantastic. The lingering after taste is intense, goes on forever. Goes great side by side with a dark ale. Its a true king of whisky's for me.
At first like a dream, the sherried whisky I have been looking for. So complex and vibrant that you think you have landed in sherryheaven. But when the whisky starting oxidize, it shows it's nasty sulfur character. The change is pretty drastic. Not let this whisky oxidize, put the whisky smaller bottles and don't leave much air in there.
Tried it today at The Wee Dram Festival In Cheshire...quite the best sherry matured whisky I have tasted in A long while.
Without question, the single greatest thing I’ve ever drunk under any capacity. If I were stranded in the desert, seconds from death, I would choose a sip of this whisky over gallons of water.
Wow, very good, you won't be disappointed:)
Possibly the best thing that's ever been in my mouth!
15yr Revival gets all the glory, but in a side by side this 21yr boasts maturity and depth. It is also the only one in the GlenDronach range without the drying sherry finish that can be a little displeasing at times. I just bought a bottle of this for my fathers birthday.