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Discover the Joy of Slow with Glengoyne Single Malt Whisky

Updated: Apr 29


Unhurried since 1833, that is the motto of Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Whisky. In a world that seems to spin faster every day, Glengoyne is proud to be the slowest distiller in Scotland. In a fast-paced world where everything seems to be in constant motion, Glengoyne holds steadfast to traditions that have been honed over centuries. Since 1833, their distillation process has evolved gradually, inching closer to perfection with each passing year.




The history of Glengoyne is intertwined with the rugged landscape surrounding it. Previous generations once distilled spirits in the wooded hills nearby, utilizing water from the same hills that flow through the distillery today, connecting past and present in a seamless flow.


Within the tranquil glen, patience is not just a virtue but a necessity. Every stage of the whisky-making process is given the time it deserves.


The uniquely shaped stills gently nurse the simmering wash during the longest distillation of any Scottish whisky, coaxing out sweet and fruity notes that define the Glengoyne spirit.





From there, the spirit is transferred to casks that were nurtured to hold the precious Glengoyne Single Malt Whisky.

Absorbing the essence of the wood, the natural colour of the whisky is a testament to the time spent within the cask; no additives are needed to craft a whisky unlike any other.



Glengoyne 10YO


15% EUROPEAN OAK, OLOROSO SHERRY

15% AMERICAN OAK, OLOROSO SHERRY

70% REFILL 


Eye:   Golden yellow, clean & bright

Nose:   Sweet, toffee, popcorn, slightly nutty, Fresh green apples

Taste:   Green apples, grass, liquorice. With water, becomes linseed oil & almonds

Finish:   Sweet & malty



Glengoyne 12YO


20% EUROPEAN OAK, OLOROSO SHERRY

20% AMERICAN OAK, BOURBON

60% REFILL 


Eye:   Natural, rich gold

Nose:   Coconut oil, honey, lemon zest & dried oak

Taste:   Toffee apples, cinnamon spice, ginger, orange & shortbread 

Finish:   Sherry & soft oak



















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