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Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch 8 Single Malt Whisky

  • Country: Scotland
  • Region: Highland
  • Category: Single Malt Whisky
  • Owners: Ian Macleod Distillers Limited
  • Bottler: Distillery
  • Brand: Glengoyne
  • Age Statement: NAS
  • Chill Filtered: No
  • Alcohol % ABV: 59.2
  • Cask Strength: Yes
  • Average Price (2023) £: 63.92
  • Colour Description: Amber
  • Colour Status: Natural
  • Peated / Smoke: Unpeated
  • Cask Maturation / Finish: 50% refill casks / 30% 1st Fill Sherry / 10% 1st Fill Bourbon / 10% 1st Fill Rioja Cask (40% American oak and 60% European oak)
  • Single Cask: No
  • Mash Bill: Malted Barley
  • Barley: 100
  • Whisky Experience Level: Experienced
  • Value Score : 96 out of 100
  • Bottle Stopper: Natural Cork
  • Packaging: Box
  • Bottled Date: 2021
  • Core Bottle or Special Release: Batch Release, Discontinued
  • Batch Number: 8
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Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch 8 Single Malt Whisky

From Master of Malt


Behold, the eighth batch of Glengoyne Cask Strength! These bottlings show off the rich, powerful Glengoyne flavour profile and for this reason, always prove very popular. The previous seven batches have all sold out on MoM. Batch No. 008 was created from malts that were matured in a number of different barrels, with 50% of it coming from refill casks, 30% from first-fill sherry (40% American oak and 60% European oak), 10% first-fill bourbon and 10% Rioja cask.

It will be quite a crowd-pleaser. It boasts plenty of that sherried goodness the distillery is known and adored for while offering something a little different.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: There’s rich oak spice, tannic red grape skins and fresh malt which blends with sweeter notes of buttery toffee popcorn, apple pie, vanilla ice cream and white chocolate buttons.

Palate: Stewed fruits, Seville orange and chewy toffee with some warm gingerbread spiciness emerge first, with hints of peaches and cream and caramelised apple underneath. A little earthy clove and black peppercorn add depth among burnt sugar and some tropical fruit.

Finish: More cooked orchard fruit lingers with a little bit of chocolatey malt and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Overall: A dram that moves in many directions simultaneously, but enough Glengoyne DNA keeps things interesting and prevents it from becoming too muddled.

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