Glen Keith Distillery Edition

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glen Keith Distillery Edition
Web Exclusive Price £29.75 £24.79 ex VAT (£42.50 per litre)
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The first official bottling from the re-opened Glen Keith distillery in Speyside, which was revived in 2013 and whose spirits normally appear in blends such as Chivas Regal and 100 Pipers. This new, no-age-statement whisky is a gentle dram with notes of poached pears, honeycomb and vanilla toffee.

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Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside

Glen Keith Distillery Edition Reviews

28 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    4 April

    A really good, smooth, tasty whisky.Our first bottle but certainly not our last!

  • 5
    3 April

    Gorgeously smooth and full of flavour. Was given for my 75th birthday and I can tell you it is right up there and superb value for the price.

  • 5
    28 February

    A lovely, smooth Scotch whisky.

  • 5
    6 January

    I have drunk many quality whiskies three and four times the price of this and this is without doubt the smoothest I have ever had. It has a lovely toffee after taste, not harsh at all. I can't believe that some people have given this 1 star! I can only guess they've never drunk quality whiskies before.

  • 5
    27 December 2018

    Excellent; very smooth Speyside malt

  • 5
    25 December 2018

    Just tried it I'm no expert but found it very pleasant

  • 5
    16 December 2018

    Was given this as a gift and not being an experienced whisky drinker I was unsure of the gift! Over the last year I have tried lots of other different makes and tastes, this is up there with the likes of Tomatin 8 and 15, great smooth drink

  • 4
    13 December 2018

    Really enjoyed this whisky and accept the price positioning is very competitive. Nevertheless I thought the taste matched some more expensive Speyside options. How anyone compare this to a blended scotch is beyond me! Would definitely buy again.

  • 5
    17 November 2018

    Stupendous, delightful taste, smooth and delightfully moreish. Really had to control myself in drinking this. I have a thing about trying different whiskies but this one has me craving more.

  • 4
    3 November 2018

    Original tastes. Seriously original, I love this. Been moving towards Islay recently but this is class.

  • 4
    30 September 2018

    My daughter bought me this bottle of whisky after staying in Cumbria, where she heard good reports. At first I was a little apprehensive as I am a quality single malt drinker, but I was very pleasantly suprised with the quality. If you compare it to the Glenlivet no age statement whisky, then this one is, for me,the better of the two. Very clean, subtle & vibrant. She paid £20 for the bottle – an absolute bargain. Very similar to the Glenmorangie 12 tasting notes.

  • 4
    26 August 2018

    Not a bad dram for £20 at Tesco. I'm sure given time they'll produce more complex flavours, but a good opening batsman.

  • 3
    10 August 2018

    Yes it's young, but still quite flavoursome. Much better if left to air a little, seems to soften and improve the flavour. Personally I think it beats (most) of the blended whiskies & if it's on offer for £20 I'd buy it every time - perhaps not worth the full rrp though.

  • 5
    26 July 2018

    I personally loved it, much lighter than the cheap stuff

  • 1
    15 July 2018

    Bland and insipid. At £20 still a waste of money

  • 5
    25 June 2018

    I can assure the bitter one star reviewer that I am not sponsered and that I have tasted many fine whiskeys before now. I would not describe myself as an out and out expert but I have an excellent pallet. This is a fine dram. Not peaty but yet full of flavour and interest. There is no harshness anywhere and a lingering, varied aftertaste. A good option for a gift or one to keep in the drawer as a nice alternative to the usual names.

  • 4
    14 June 2018

    My tastebuds adore it well done young and fresh with a peppery finish ‘ don’t let it stand to long or it loses its individuality. Well done glen Keith.

  • 1
    25 May 2018

    Honestly, for the price point this whisky is garbage. I can only imagine that the positive reviews are sponsored, or from people who have never tasted a decent single malt from any region. This is very young, very raw, with no complexity or depth. Not mellow at all. It's a sour unripe fruit of a whisky. Less drinkable than many blended scotches at the £20 level.

  • 4
    15 May 2018

    I drank this the first time and thought, hmm nothing special, then I drank it again the following night and it tasted so much better. It is sweet and smooth with a slow relasing lingering mild spice after taste. To my nose it was exotic fruits with a hint of dry grass/hay. The taste was deep fruit like blood orange and treacle toffee. It's not harsh and a lovely little dram.

  • 3
    22 April 2018

    Hmmm I'm yet to make my mind up on this whisky, my first few sips I found it too harsh with little flavour but the longer it aired it became smoother with a few light notes of honey. Definitely not worth the price though and if I tried blind folded and told it was a ?17 blended I wouldn't argue

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