Posts Tagged “Glendronach”

GlenDronach Peated Port Wood (46%)

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GlenDronach Peated Port Wood (46%)

You’ll recall (or you can see here) that I was somewhat underwhelmed by GlenDronach’s peated offering. I recently had the chance to try the GlenDronach Peated Port Wood and the Glenglassaugh (ever wonder why that second G is not a capital letter?) Peated Port Wood Finish, and it’s definitely a step up from that expression,…

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GlenDronach 15 Year old, 1990s bottling (40%) 

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GlenDronach 15 Year old, 1990s bottling (40%) 

From Sean Russell’s review of the newest GlenDronach expressions (batch 16 review, see here), I’ll take us back to the old style, to the 1990s style 15 year old. This was the distillery style before the 1996 mothballing, so we’re basically talking about the same style of distillation and casks that we were getting with…

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GlenDronach – Full Review of Batch #16 (15 Single Casks)

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GlenDronach – Full Review of Batch #16 (15 Single Casks)

  GlenDronach – Batch 16 Review – By Sean Russell   We’re now 8 months down the road since the furore and stampede for batch #15 – which was possibly the quickest selling batch release I’ve ever seen.  Many suppliers couldn’t keep up with the demand, and many consumers missed the boat on getting a…

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GlenDronach 10 Year Old ‘Luke Skywalker’ (48%)

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GlenDronach 10 Year Old ‘Luke Skywalker’ (48%)

The Next Danish market release I’ll get to and the third in the series, is a 10 year old matured in a Pedro Ximenez Sherry Cask. Why is it connected with Luke? It’s baby blue, so that makes sense (I guess). It’s also the color of his non green light saber, so there! What can…

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GlenDronach 9 Years Old ‘Darth Vader” (48%)

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GlenDronach 9 Years Old ‘Darth Vader” (48%)

The Danish market got a series of exclusive bottlings from GlenDronach, a 9, a 10 and a 12 year old, nicknamed for Star Wars characters in relation to their color. Later, a 25 year old vintage 1992 was released and was sort of appended to the series, but I guess you could do that with…

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