Glenlochy 1979 32 Year Old Rare Old Gordon & MacPhail

  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Gordon & MacPhail

70cl / 46%

Glenlochy 1979 / 32 Year Old / Rare Old / Gordon & MacPhail

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£833.33 ex VAT

(£1,428.57 per litre)

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Product Description

A Rare Old bottling of whisky from Glenlochy, released by Gordon & Macphail. The distillery closed back in 1983 and has since been demolished, but fortunately G&M have an archive of lost distilleries in their warehouses that they occasionaly dip into for whiskies such as this - a 1979 vintage.


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  • 5


    Nose : fresh, warm apple compote, various fruit sweets. A little butter and honey in the background Taste : Spicy dryness first, then the nose description sets in, but the other way around : first some honey, then the fruit joins the party Finish : long, with fruit, spices and just a hint of smoke. Salt as well. Really interesting and tasty profile. Brora and Port Ellen are probably the most known and collectable closed distilleries. But Glenlochy is coming close - with a completely different experience, that is. A little bit a mix of Lowland and Highland profile.