Glen Ord 28 Year Old
Product Description

A top-quality cask-strength Glen Ord, with typical grassy, heathery and barley-sugar notes alongside summer fruits and well-integrated vanilla oak notes. Jim Murray gave this 90 points in the Whisky Bible, calling it 'Blisteringly beautiful'.

Glen Ord 28 Year Old

  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling

70cl / 58.3%

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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

    • Nose

      Malt and mint bound together by soft liquorice and dark fudge.

    • Taste

      Delightful barley sugar theme that forms a stupendously rigid middle with the most delicate hints of smoke and coffee. The body weight is perfect.

    • Finish

      Amazingly long finale with lashings of cocoa to go with the mollassed sugar and powering barley.

    • Balance

      This is mega whisky showing slight traces of sap, especially on the nose, but otherwise a concentrate of many of the qualities I remember from this distillery before it was bottled in a much ruined form. Blisteringly beautiful.

    • Score


  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    • Nose

      Some nose prickle; mellow fruitiness. Very light. Slight hint of smoke. Bread baking. Water opens up fragrant, woody, even musty aromas.

    • Body

      Medium to soft.

    • Palate

      Firm. Assertive. Honeyed. Expressive. Spicy. Pleasant, sweet and slightly waxy to taste. When water is added, holds together well and retains its attractive aroma.

    • Finish

      Extraordinary explosion of sweet-and-sour flavours. Spicy. Vanilla. Flowery.

      Leafy. Lemon juice. A pleasant freshness and slight bitterness. Medium length.

Customer Reviews

  • Toronto Tim,

    If this 28yo is anything like the 25yo, i would buy a case, or 2. I love this STYLE of single malt. Glen Ord is Pretty unique, I must say, every time I swirl the nosing (tulip) glass, I detect a new aroma ... - Tim (Canada)

  • Thomas Ferguson Aye!,

    This is whisky at it's best Just purchased my second bottle. slange

  • oscarez,

    Brora cannot suffer comparison with this illustrious liquor, sorry Ira:(

  • Kaarel,

    Got my bottel today..

  • Ira,

    Embarrassingly similar to the regular old 12YO bottles (pre "Singleton" disappointment). I say that despite the fact Glen Ord is one of my favourite single-malts (have tasted almost 150 of them).If you can afford this, and want REAL bang for your buck try bottles like the 30 YO Brora. My favourite all-time SM, specifically the 56.6% bottling from 2006. Amazing. I could have bought it two years ago for £175 and I was dumb enough to give it up, now it's £300...