Glengoyne 21 Year Old
Sherry Cask

70cl / 43%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glengoyne 21 Year Old / Sherry Cask
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Glengoyne 21yo is noticeably deeper than younger expressions, with delicious rich, fruity and oaky notes – the darker colour and long finish are testament to the extra years in the sherry wood.
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21 Year Old
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Glengoyne 21 Year Old Reviews

20 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    26 December 2017

    I bought this for my husband who normally drinks the 18 Year Old Glengoyne, but he absolutely loved this! I see more in his future.

  • 5
    7 November 2017

    Delicious this one...slightly better than 18 yr old but very close.Creamy,amazing mouthfeel and gorgeous flavours.Possibly better than GlenFarclas 25,as I got sub-standard bottle of that recently!!Theres a Cask Strength out there too,which is very good too,they say.Wonderful full bodied warming dram this one.95/100!!!!!

  • 5
    1 November 2017

    Wonderful whiskey, simply magnificent. Way better than other whiskeys in this price range.

  • 5
    1 October 2017

    Masterfully good whisky. Touches on all that is great in a well crafted and oloroso aged scotch. Exceptional value.

  • 5
    24 September 2017

    Wonderful dram. Got the Teapot dram no5. Borg are amazing. Havent come across any whisky that van beat Glengoyne.

  • 5
    3 September 2017

    Excellent whisky, clean, sophisticated, sherried and full of flavour. I bought a 20cl bottle, that is a very good idea and more inclusive for those that can not afford this level of whisky. It's a pity I can not afford the 25Y, but I will try to buy the big one 21Y (70cl). Glengoyne has a very good range whisky's clean, sophisticated and tasty. I've experienced the 10, 12, 18 and 21, and for sure, Glengoyne is one of my favourite brands of Scotch Whisky along with Glendronach and Arran, all with different styles, all very good whisky's.

  • 5
    29 August 2017

    I'm delighted to add my own big 'thumbs up' to this wonderfully rich sherried malt. The nose gave me a clue as to what was going to be savoured in the mouth and I wasn't disappointed. It also has a pleasantly long finish. I thought the 15 year old was terrific malt but this really is vastly better and worth the extra expense.

  • 5
    22 August 2017

    Magnificent Best whisky i have had so far. Great value for the money. Packed with flavor. The teapot drams are also highly recommended for any sherry cask whisky lovers.

  • 5
    17 August 2017

    I don't have so big vocabulary to describe how much I like it. I have never tried anything better then Glengoyne 21. All my friends are already informed, so the sale boom is coming

  • 5
    10 August 2017

    Fantastic whisky, especially so at this price. Intense sherried nose and rich mouthfeel, with lovely red apple and oak to balance.

  • 5
    17 December 2016

    Great product, great value as well. Very flavorful, with a nice finish and great nose

  • 5
    31 October 2016

    Very sweet, very rich.

  • 5
    31 May 2016

    Well balanced and so easy to drink. Sweet and rich but not too much. By far the BEST value for whiskey 18 years and older that I have had.

  • 5
    30 April 2016

    What can I say. An absolute cracker - very easy to drink and very engaging. This is one of the finest 21 year old I have had for a long time and no doubt will be buying another very soon. Stunning!

  • 5
    4 November 2015

    I love Glengoyne 21. It''s a lovely rich mature dram that''s all too easy to drink. Of course, there''s no peat or smoke, so others may get more out of some of the Speyside cousins but as a pure expression of a highland malt- with the emphasis on the malt, this can''t be beaten. I would however suggest that as a magnificent expression of the distillery, you might want to try the younger cask strength version. Pure butterscotch, it''s a cracker!

  • Jason Farque 8 November 2013

    I'm drinking a dram of this as I write this. I bought the bottle on my last trip to Aberdeen. This is a delicious single malt with very complex flavor. Floral, wood, spice and nuts. Wonderfully mild and complex finish as well! As The Flying Scotsman says above, it has a very festive flavor that would fit quite well after a Scotch drinker's Christmas dinner.

  • Anonymous 29 November 2012

    Rich amber color, full bodied, may need just a touch of water to open and bring it down from 86 proof. Highly recommended at the price; would love to afford to drink it every day. Online notes tout the nose, but I did not notice it as exceptional. But on the palate... that was something else.

  • The Flying Scotsman 31 August 2011

    Another festive 'must' for your Christmas dram cupboard, picked up a bottle in Kiev, this dram is robust, and its maturity gives it a big, bold, yet mellow sherry kick. Stewed pears and red apples in here??? Oh yes, I think so! Enjoy responsibly. Slanje...

  • paulo 4 May 2011

    Was very impressed with this. Loads of flavours and a great finish. Try leaving your emptied glass out overnight and smell it in the morning. Lovely!

  • S Bennetto 14 September 2009

    Bought a bottle for my father in-laws 60th birthday. Thought he wasnt going to open it for a second! But he did and was kind enough to let me sample a glass or 2, and i must say this a very complex single malt with a lots to offer. Top stuff, just thought it could have given more at 46% or even a little higher.