Glengoyne 15 Year Old70cl / 43%
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glengoyne 15 Year Old Reviews
Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Sweet citrus. Zesty lemon leads to lemon tart, caramel and toffee popcorn.
Palate: Oily and rich texture, with lemon, walnuts and cinnamon spice.
Finish: Dry and spicy.
Complex, sweet and rounded – with a spicy oak finish.
This is the taste of distilling slower than anyone in Scotland, and of barley we dry by air, never peat. The flavours develop in hand-selected sherry casks – balancing deep character with light vanilla notes.
14 Customer Reviews
This 15 is grrreat!!! Lovely green apple flavour and oily, creamy mouth feel. A step up from 12 which is great too, with more subtle coconut. Well worth trying this one – good value for money too!
Very nice 15 yr old,lovely glistening colour and great oaky flavour.Another winner from Glengoyne...18 ans 21 are totally superb too!??
This is a great example of scotch whisky ] great balance between burbon and shery cask maturation
I am not as keen on this as previous reviewers have said. It is a easy dram to drink. I would call this semi sweet certainly not sweet. The scent is good but the color looks to me to be very cloudy. I say it is expensive for what it is. There are much better 14 and 15 year olds out there. For example cannot get near clynlish 14 with a 14 foot pole.
Beautiful, smooth and full of flavour, by far my most favourite whisky
Without a shadow of a doubt the best malt whisky I have ever tasted and a fantastic fathers day present from my children, definitely my favourite now.
Beautiful elegant and smooth lucky enough to receive this as a gift. Very drinkable if anything a little too drinkable.
I''m not a fan of Peaty whiskey. This definitely isn''t one. This is smooth and silky. Not my favourite but very nice indeed. Only problem is I only bought a miniature!!!!
Yes, sweet and rounded, but not much complexity. Would need some spicy notes.
A really good whisky ,the only trouble with it,my wife likes it too !!
Good whiskey, needs time to open up though so leave the bottle open for a couple of hours or pour into a decanter. Well worth a try and quite a unique whiskey given the lack of peat. Quite fruity but nothing that really grabs your attention. A pleasant every day dram!
I bought this for my boyfriend on a recent trip to Scotland and he absolutely loved it! I'm buying another bottle for his birthday!