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Berry's Own Selection Glenglassaugh Tasting notes and reviews

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Berry's Own Selection Glenglassaugh

Brand
Berry's Own Selection
Expression
Glenglassaugh
Type
Scotch Whisky
Abv
46.00%
Vintage
1983
Produced at
Berry Bros. & Rudd ~ Glenglassaugh Distillery
Region
Speyside
Website
www.bbr.com
Availability
Specialist retailers

Dave Broom

80
Nose
Mature. Very heathery with cereal, light woods and a dry charred note balancing the vanilla. Ripe soft fruits. Grows in the glass.
Palate
Lovely start,all clover honey,cream and very pure fruit.Water shows a light oily grip before the heather returns. Light,but there's plenty going on.
Finish
Fruity.
Comment
A lovely dram..hope its new owners find some like this lurking in the warehouses.

Martine Nouet

76
Nose
Leathery. Malty. Developing on oaky notes. Cedar,vanilla custard. A distant fruity aroma (cider apple).
Palate
Smooth,well balanced. Oak is well integrated,revealing a spicy dryness, balanced by sweet raisin notes.
Finish
Dry,astringent. Walnut peel aftertaste.
Comment
A somewhat austere but well structured whisky.
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