Glendronach 28 Year Old.
Distilled 24 April 1990.
Bottle No.17 of 660 produced.
Cask No. 7905.
Matured in the finest Pedro Ximinez cask.
This cask is part of the 17th release of The GlenDronach’s cask bottling programme.
Celebrates some of the finest examples of the distillery’s richly-sherried Highland Single Malt.
Bottle Size: 70cl
Limited Edition: Bottle No.17 of 660 produced
Strength: 51.7% abv
Approx. Shipping Weight: 2.5 kg
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Tasting Notes – Glendronach 28 Year Old 1990 Cask 7905
Appearance: Demerara brown.
Nose: Intriguing finesse and complex sweetness of blackcurrant vines and blood orange alongside Victoria plum and bergamot. Notes of oak, apple strudel and treacle.
Palate: Sip ripe plum, blackberry, apple and ginger opening to layers of Calvados and mulled wine. Savour the elegant grand finale of plum, dark chocolate, cherry and red apple.
Notes by Glendronach.
The distillery in the Forgue valley in Aberdeenshire is named after the source of its water, the Dronac burn. It has a history of enterprising owners from the flamboyant James Allardice , who founded the distillery, to the ambitious Walter Scott. Although times have moved on the processes used to create the GlenDronach have remained largely unchanged. Today’s malt is created using great Oregon pine wash-backs and the same shaped stills used in 1826.
Each year a handful of individual casks are selected to be bottled as a limited release after a long maturation process.
|Dimensions||13.0 × 13.0 × 38.0 cm|
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