- Abundant fruit on the nose
- Sweet aromas of honey, candies, grain sugar
- Nice oily texture that envelopes the palate
- Spicy, zesty, tingling flavors on the mid-palate
- A nice dram that leaves a pleasant, fresh finish
Aged 10 Years
Cases Available (6/750ML) 46
Bottling Strength 55.0% alc/vol
Cask Type Bourbon
Year Founded 1833
Water Source Stream Water from Drumgoyne
Region Highlands (Southwestern)
Glengoyne Distillery Fact
The Glengoyne distillery is located near Glasgow – less than half an hour by taxi from the city center.
Glengoyne is said to have been founded in 1833 on the strangest of locations; precisely between the Highlands and the Lowlands. And while it was said the ‘house style’ used to be relatively similar to that of other ‘Midlands’ distilleries like Deanston and Tullibardine, they now seem to be aiming for a more pronounced ‘Highlandish’ profile.
After Glengoyne was founded in 1833 it passed through the hands of a string of different owners, including John McLelland and Lang Brothers. They changed the name of the distillery to Glen Guin in 1875, and then back again to Glengoyne around the year 1905.