Glenallachie Distillery Edition

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glenallachie Distillery Edition
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Distillery Edition is the first ongoing release from Glenallachie since the 12 Year Old in the 1980s. This has notes of vanilla, citrus and hints of toast.
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Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside

Glenallachie Distillery Edition Reviews

4 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    14 October

    Got two bottles of this lovely whiskey on offer half price – £15 each – and thought at that price would try it. Would I have paid full price? Probably; for a single malt it ticks most of the boxes. It’s smooth with a nice warmth that doesn’t overpower. It’s not peaty which is good for me as I don’t like the overly peated (almost dental) taste in some whiskies. It’s on par with Glen Keith or lower-end Jura. If you want a whisky to impress but don’t want to blow your budget, give it a whirl – your guest/recipient won’t be disappointed.

  • 5
    17 June

    Yes have tried this whisky, it is a lovely dram and is very mild .

  • 2
    17 November 2017

    Have also tried this and agree with the young age part of previous review.I personally think this is about 8 years old at most and it shows in how spirity it is on the nose.I cant find a lot to say about this , apart from along with the Glen Keith of the same packaging it is a very poor offering from Pernod Ricard for both distilleries.I have said of the Glen Keith bottling that an expression of 10-12 years and 46 abv could showcase both distilleries in a better light.

  • 5
    15 September 2017

    Amazing how a distillery so close to Aberlour can come up with something so different. It has notes of rhubarb, baked apple, custard, flapjack, vanilla, gooseberry and sherbert. No age statement but it does not feel under-matured - maybe 10 years old or so. Yes it is off the radar a bit but worth buying for something made in vast quantities yet retaining distinctive flavours.