The Singleton of Glen Ord 2000 / 18 Year Old / Special Releases 2019
Product Description

A cask-strength Singleton of Glen Ord, matured in freshly-charred American oak hogsheads for 18 years, before being bottled as part of Diageo's 2019 Special Releases. Delicate aromas of ripe apricots, raspberry jam, candied peel and cinnamon rolls mingle with chocolate-covered cherries, peach, sponge cake and barley sugar on the nose. The palate offers notes of apricot frangipane, baking spices, orange peel, dark chocolate, mint and oak spice.

The Singleton of Glen Ord 2000 18 Year Old Special Releases 2019

  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling

70cl / 55%

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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

  • Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange

    • Nose

      Spiced fruit loaf with candied peel. The spicy baked goods theme continues with apple pies, Danish pastries and spiced sponge cake. A zing of lemon zest hides behind the sweetness, along with crunchy barley sugar and travel sweets.

    • Palate

      Buttery notes are quickly washed away by citrus. Spice rebuilds from the back, exploding a ball of prickly cinnamon in the middle of the palate. Things then cam down, revealing orange peel, candied lemon and a touch of polished oak. Hints of mint chocolate sit at the back.

    • Finish

      Leafy mint fades to lemon and orange zest. Oaky spice builds.

  • Caroline Roddis, The Whisky Exchange

    • Nose

      Very delicate, with faint notes of smashed apricots and raspberry jam on scones topped with lashings of cream. Chocolate-covered cherries join the party, accompanied by peach and cereal notes, and a hint of wet bramble hedges.

    • Palate

      Notes reminiscent of Grande Champagne Cognac at first. Leather, apricot frangipane, and some mint, alongside the return of those chocolate-covered cherries. Oak spice and tart citrus balance out the sweetness.

    • Finish

      Portuguese custard tarts on top of oak floorboards, with some lingering fruit and a twist of seasoning.

  • Tom Ransome Jones, The Whisky Exchange

    • Nose

      A malty progression of white chocolate, cocoa, then Ovaltine. Summer pudding – strawberries and sponge – with lashings of creamy vanilla, followed by a flash of sharp acidity.

    • Palate

      Soft and summery again, though more on wood. Hay on a warm summer’s day. Some vanilla and a touch of red fruit before the wood asserts itself again.

    • Finish

      Fresh; the oak remains prominent but light, with some creamy notes and a touch of sponge-cake character returning.

  • Ning Heywood, The Whisky Exchange

    • Nose

      Very varied – initially there was caramel and vanilla everywhere, but quickly this changed to grassy notes with hints of green banana. There’s a hint of roasted coffee beans underneath it all.

    • Palate

      Very smooth and full of caramel notes – much more than on the nose – milk chocolate sneaks in, with malt, honey and cinnamon in tow.

    • Finish

      Gentle, spicy and warm. Lovely stuff.

Customer Reviews