Glenburgie 10 Year Old
Gordon & Macphail

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Gordon & MacPhail
Glenburgie 10 Year Old / Gordon & Macphail
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A 10 year-old Glenburgie, the little seen workhorse malt for the Ballantine's blends.
Bottler
Gordon & MacPhail
Age
10 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside

Glenburgie 10 Year Old Reviews

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    27 February

    I can taste oats and brown sugar on the start with lemon and fruits finishing with a peppery kick. It tastes like a 16 year old I am blown away. Works for begginers and the experienced whiskey drinker a like. Pick up a bottle you will not get better value period.

  • 5
    14 November 2017

    Bought as a Christmas present for my partner we live in Tasmania Australia great service and quick delivery I’m sure he will love his present from Santa

  • 5
    17 October 2017

    I am not a whisky drinker but this is a birthday present for my husband and I know he will be thrilled with it as he was bought a bottle a few years ago and was very impressed

  • 5
    3 May 2015

    Another cracking bottle from G&M,. Very attractively priced, tremendous value for money.

  • 4
    4 April 2015

    Great little whiskey. Simple yes, but sweet, slightly peppery and thoroughly enjoyable. Punches well above its price. You can''t get a bottle in the Edinburgh shops for love nor money: it just sells out too fast!

  • 4
    15 August 2014

    "Nose" - Malty, cereal, warm apple pie. "Palate" - Sweet entry of baklava/marzipan, vanilla, oatmeal with a dash of brown sugar. "Finish" - Florida oranges, crisp red grape skins, lemon zest. "General Impressions" Great value for money here. A little complexity too!

  • Steve 4 March 2011

    A tip to anyone who buys this. Don't be put off by the initially sweaty nose. Let it sit in the glass for a good 10-15 minutes to get it to room temp. Becomes much sweeter and pleasent.

  • tony martin 15 November 2009

    this a very good single malt very mature