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Glengoyne 17 Years Old Tasting notes and reviews

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Glengoyne 17 Years Old

17 Years Old
Scotch Whisky ~ Single Malt
17 years old
Produced at
Glengoyne Distilleries
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Martine Nouet

Elegant, mouthwatering. Praline ice cream. Turkish delight. A hint of exotic fruit. Mango. Spicy carrot cake.
Rich, fruity at start. A certain austerity. Oak is more present than on the nose.
Fades away slowly. Retains a delicate fruitiness.
Quite a complex character for its age. The palate is well-structured, just a little too woodframed.

Dave Broom

Masses of sweet oak: cocoa, hot butter, taffy, chocolate ganash and some light cherry notes. Some cereal alongside polished oak and nuts.
Excellent layering effect. Flows across the palate: creamy and smooth, hot gorse and very chewy.
Red and black fruits.
There's masses of oak here, but it has real sweet-hearted charm.
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