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Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer GLENGOYNE
Medium deep yellow colour. Fairly pungent, intense, slightly peppery, caramel and plummy, dried Anjou pear nose. Quite rounded, ripe, well structured, caramel driven, slightly sweetish, ripe plum flavours. Last appeared in Vintages (**+) on October 14, 2006 at $89.95 and was Recommended. CSPC 306233
Type Spirit - Scotch Whisky
Agent Kir Gro
Country Scotland
Rating **+/***(89.5 points)
Rounded Ripe Plummy Caramel
LCBO Note Status Recommended by Vintage Assessments!
TASTING NOTE: Probably the most highly-regarded malt in the regular Glengoyne lineup, the 17 year old represents a direct progression from its younger siblings. According to the distillers, The balance has artfully changed. A more concentrated palate of flavors has emerged ... Citrus and cedar notes on the slightly grassy nose, with a hint of plain chocolate. Medium in body, with more plain chocolate notes, plus raisins, orange, vanilla, and malt. Lengthy in the finish, with milky coffee, sherry, leather, and citrus spice. Score: 88 (Gavin D. Smith, Whisky Advocate, Fall 2011) Price $ 99.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - September 1, 2012
Cases bought 99 (6 bottles per case)

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