Glenkinchie 12 Year Old

70cl / 43%
  • Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glenkinchie 12 Year Old
Web Exclusive Price £35.45 £29.54 ex VAT (£50.64 per litre)
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Replacing the 10 year-old as the main expression of the Lowland style in the Classic Malts range, this Glenkinchie 12yo is a bit fuller and more complex.
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12 Year Old

Glenkinchie 12 Year Old Reviews

21 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    27 March


  • 5
    3 November 2015

    Excellent and real value for money a drunk of this quality.

  • 4
    13 October 2015

    A nice all around smooth drink. Easily likeable.

  • 4
    27 October 2014

    Very light and delicate, hints of honey and salted caramel. Too easy to drink the whole bottle....

  • 3 June 2014

    I bought this when I visited Edinburgh, Scotland. I loved the floral notes. I had to be careful to sip not drink. I am also a big fan of Glenmorangie and Oban. That's my taste.

  • 8 April 2014

    Absolutley loved it. Came across it in the Whiskey room at Cameron house Loch Lomond. Was recommended by the waiter, and I have to say a very easy smooth drink, that can be enjoyed any time.

  • 20 July 2013

    Was not too impressed. Has a grainy, creamyness to it which is decent. Kinda reminded me of an Irish blend in some respects. Overall was not happy with the price spending over 50.00 USD on it. Many other malts I would rather spend my cash on.

  • 6 March 2013

    Very pleasant to drink a lighter taste whisky. This is a Lowland malt that should be tried, It would be hard not to like it.

  • 13 March 2012

    Extremely smooth and light. A delight to drink

  • 23 July 2011

    A sipping whisky better after the second tasting, with flavours of marzipan and subtle floral notes. Rewards a little patience as it opens out slowly in the glass developing strongly with a little warmth from your hand. One to be savoured - a little time and effort brings sweet grassy and floral dividends.

  • 5 February 2011

    This is a typical Lowland malt which isn't peaty, but has a strong floral aroma, hints of pear and is quite sweet. A dash of water or ice opens it up. If your after peat, go for an Islay malt.

  • 27 June 2010

    It took almost the whole bottle until I found these deep layers flavor. I am a Islay man, but this is very good stuff. Much more patient is needed with these Lowland malts, but in Glenkinchie there are rewarding floral and fruity tones.

  • 16 May 2010

    Incredible stuff, rich and floral with layers of unfolding flavour, and a wonderful aroma. The finish leaves you with the surprising taste of peat (not wasabi and bare alcohol, as a previous review stated).

  • 4 May 2010

    Starts out fine with honey, whisps of smoke, virtually no peat, but then on the finish takes a turn for the worse, with wasabi and bare alcohol. Unpleasant finish. This is too expensive for what you get.

  • 29 March 2010

    A very nice single malt, as a fan of Irish Whiskey this proves to be a very smooth drink with a hint of pear you cant go wrong.

  • 23 January 2010

    Lovely drink, light and floral, a real girls drink and I want some more ASAP!

  • 3 January 2010

    A lovely malt. Give it some time to open up and it rewards with a delicious aroma and exquisite bittersweet flavours.

  • 1 December 2009

    depends on your taste.. if you're after rich and peaty then forget it, go for something like Lagavulin instead. If you like something light smooth and easy-going then you'll be very happy with this.

  • 12 October 2009

    Just toned down, if you ask me. I quite liked it when I had tooth ache but the second tasting was a disappointment. Not bad by any means, but not terribly exciting, either.

  • 7 June 2009

    A very "well rounded" whiskey with a smooth flavour and just a touch of smokiness. Sort of like a toned down Talisker IMHO.

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