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GlenDronach 23yr 1993 The Whiskey World Selection

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    23 Years

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  • Intro:

    Distilled by GlenDronach in 1993, this malt was bottled after 23 years of aging in a PX Sherry Butt (#641) and was selected by The Whiskey World. Bottled without any dilution, coloring or filtering.

  • Nose:

    Deep, syrupy, loaded with toffee. Opulent and decadent, packed with complexity. Honey, heather, tobacco, pungent sherry and jammy fruits. Plum, fig, blackberry and cherry cordials.

  • Taste:

    Rich mouth feel, no ethanol. Syrupy once again - rests heavy on the palate, coats effortlessly. Tons of cocoa, plum, fig and blackberry. Hint of pepper, tobacco, oak.

  • Finish:

    Long, rich finish. A bit of dry oak, some pepper, toffee. Sweet cream, blackberry and chocolate covered cherries.

  • Overall:

    Fantastic, though not the best I’ve seen from GlenDronach - hardly a complaint. This demonstrates excellent balance that GlenDronach is known for while really serving up a dram that feels like a treat. Top notch.

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