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Glendronach 1992

Overall rating
88.44/100
votes
45
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Limited Edition
Vintage
01.05.1992
Bottled
16.03.2009
Stated Age
16 years old
Casktype
Oloroso Butt
Casknumber
39
Number of bottles
306
Strength
60.8 % Vol.
Size
700 ml
Bottled for
Versailles
Added on
26 Aug 2009 9:13 pm
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 389,00

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45 × member ratings

90 × in collection

Whisky Reviews for Glendronach 1992

7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.44 points

  1. wbarchive_485944 scored this whisky 87 points Expert Junior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      87 87

  2. Amsterdam scored this whisky 90 points Specialist

    This cask was split in 3 releases.

    The other 2 are

    https://www.whiskybase.com/whisky/7505/glendronach-1992

    https://www.whiskybase.com/whisky/24355/glendronach-1992

  3. goran scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    From Whiskyfun:

    Glendronach 16yo 1992/2009 (60.8%, OB for Versailles Dranken Nijmegen, Holland, 306 bottles)  Colour: dark amber. Nose: more oak in this one and rather less gunpowder. Something earthy, something roasted. Aromatic herbs, chives. Quite beautiful clean dry sherry so far. With water: superb, classic! Very old balsamic vinegar, old rancio, whiffs of wood (pencil shavings). Mouth (neat): very rich and creamy, close to a great rum in a certain way. Cane sugar, Demerara sugar, liquorice and blackcurrant jelly plus cloves and pepper and quite some oak (or toasted bread). With water: resembles the 1996 now but always with these notes of dark rum. Finish: long, lively, fruity, less thick than expected. Comments: an extravagant dram that has quite a reputation – it’s deserved in my opinion. I like it even better than the first time I tried it. SGP:551- 90 points.

  4. Jeep51 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    A nice and captivating nose for who can wait for it. On the other hand the mouth remains straight. Sherry monster from sherry monster!
    • Nose
      Spices, chocolate, cherry-prune. After a long aeration, precious woods and tobacco
    • Taste
      Massive !! A ton of caramel, spices. Very dry. A little citrus. Astringent and woody. Looks like rum in some ways
    • Finish
      Long on wood and tobacco

  5. lexus scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    Well, here we are in the presence of
    • Nose
      Nose: A sherry very present, intense and deep (a little too "heavy for my taste"), notes of €
    • Taste
      Palate: a little astringent at the beginning (have my teeth and my gums), slightly woody and here we really feel the 60.8
    • Finish
      Final: very long with a retro-olfaction that lasts over and over again

  6. CrilleVBG scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    This whisky needs water, badly. But too much water and the only taste I can taste is a diluted one.
    • Nose
      Neat: Very powerful, tingling nose feeling. But so fruity and sweet. Water: Less strong, and the fruity notes just keep on coming, peach, apples and maybe mellon.
    • Taste
      Neat: So strong flavors, burns my taste buds to the other side of town. Wool and damp basement.
      Water: Smooth and easy to drink, but the nice attack is gone.
    • Finish
      Neat: Very long finish, I can feel it in throat forever.
      Water: Medium long now, with peppery flavors.

  7. Dede scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    An excellent sherry monster. Not a dram everyday, for sure, and not a dram for people in a hurry so you have to give him time to get round in the glass (not to mention the bottle opened for months!). But this is a superb digestive that is offered to you. Surprisingly considering the degree, I prefer it dry.
    • Nose
      It requires a long aeration to allow the most aggressive alcohol vapors to fly away. Intensely sherry, it is marked by very nice citrus notes (blood orange juice and tangerine). The wood is present, no doubt the barrel was very active. There are odors of sawdust, a bit of varnish and encaustic. Then fresher, slightly minty notes appear before finally the gourmet aspects of sherry emerge, on the toffee in particular. A rich and complex nose. With water: substantially the same profile, with perhaps a more pronounced fruity, on acidulous red fruits (cherry cherry) and always these citrus notes. Some hints of leather are also day.
    • Taste
      First remark: there are high voltage volts! Passed the first slap, it is a very fat malt, even velvety, that one has in mouth, agreeably woody and tannic, and in which one finds the pretty citrus of the nose. In small sips, it is surprised to go down dry with great pleasure. The end of mouth has an astringency that sticks well to the profile and is absolutely not embarrassing. With water: the corners are rounded, the alcohol less burning but the texture in the mouth is also less thick. The tannic bitterness is also more marked.
    • Finish
      Long and intense, always with blood orange and woody very well controlled, which is more present after adding water.

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