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Whisky Review & Tasting Notes – Glengoyne 12 Year old Cask Strength 57.2%


What happens if you take the excellent Glengoyne whisky and turn up the intensity to maximum? Yup, We’re talking Glengoyne cask strength!

Right now there’s only two cask strength Glengoyne expressions: the NAS Cask strength and the distillery only The Teapot dram (which I’ll post a review later this week), but not long ago (in whisky time) there was another one – the 12 year old cask strength which profiles as the following:

  • 20% 1st fill European Oak Oloroso Sherry
  • 10% 1st fill American Oak Oloroso Sherry
  • 70% refill Hoggies and Butts

I happened to taste it on a great whisky night last week and here are my notes:

Glengoyne 12 Year old Cask Strength (57.2%, £43.99)

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