Overall rating
Single Malt
Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS)
Bottling serie
Tropical fruits
Stated Age
32 years old
Number of bottles
56.6 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
06 Apr 2010 4:44 pm
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 800,00

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Whisky Reviews for Glenugie 1965 SMWS 99.6

2 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 91.00 points

  1. dramspotter did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    SMWS Tasting Notes: This distillery near Peterhead was bought by oilmen during the heady 1970s. At 32 years, this is among the oldest malts we have ever bottled, and since the distillery closed in 1982 and has since been demolished, it is becoming very rare. Rich mid-gold colour, with pearl-sized beads. The unreduced nose is sweet and tropical-fresh mangoes, guavas, banana custard - and with some imagination these are translated in the undiluted taste. With water the scents lighten and freshen somewhat (lilac and balsawood), and the flavour being sweet, then becomes astringent, with a green, floral burst and some scented oil in the middle. A singular treat for the connoisseur.

  2. newman346 scored this whisky 93 points Expert Senior

    Glenugie Feb / 1965-May / 1997 32yo SMWS 99.6 70cl 56.6% 325btls. Tenma Shoten SMWS there, where is the distillery? It is not a case to say! That's Glenugie! No matter how many times it is seen, Glenugie! Already! Long time no see, "I will drink if you have it!" It is not far from the place! Looking at these things, you can not stop drinking! Today, any Islay Malt Whisky replaces! Springbank? Macallan? Bowmore? I do not know! Is that something like that? Today's terminal station is big decision! I can not suppress it anymore! Screaming! Because there is this SMWS, I do not understand it because I do not understand it! Well, when taking pictures, I do not need to worry about it at all, so it's okay to put it in. So leave that slurp and this Glenugie! Color: While saying so, it seems unlikely that she will have a punch of sheer clothing? Nose: Surprisingly the glass feeling is sharp, sharp, sharp and sweet with a steady blood.This is already exactly like the Nanko chiken of "Hokuto no ken." There is also unobtrusive mellowness, it is flexible and flexible. Attack: Let me think so, the palm fruit (palm only) to lie flat is powerful.Gangan and tropical juice at power bomb are Cask Strength! Moreover, the line which has never been tasted so far is thin and powerful Glenugie! It is apple style! Sour! Even make it to drink with sharpness, not number! Drink it! Body: Light, but a metal feeling sharp like a lie.The unexpected is this exactly? Without a feeling of stubbornness, is there no way Glenugie stabbing into here? I do not think I thought! Taste: Guava from the banana! Shirley Shiratori is 10 years old, but I do not know my eating finger.Well, as I drink Glenugie, when I think of something about food, I get punishment.It is not Munmun type for barrel outing However, the elegant mango with penetrating power.The nuance of ginger gush is also exceptional in Glenugie and it is interesting.It is rather a savage of Japanese Ocean, Cyclone, Soup Rex, rather than the sickness of savage, Champua Gesson Rit v Esakusa Yoji It is reminiscent of a stepwork and a low kick of vulgarity: Finish: Plastic burns, smells good, razor sharp melon and bloody, and the last is a magical Glenugie theater that turns into dark agitation! There is no need for any other major distillery! Glenugie! Glenugie! ! Glenugie! ! ! Glenugie! ! ! ! Glenugie! ! ! ! ! ..... × ∞! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! I thought it was a favorite distillery that makes me want to make such a continuous call! I wanted the first cup who knew Single malt whisky to be Glenugie! It was too rare Glenugie to know such a new taste even such an impossible desire. https://whisky2010.usukeba.com/u/whisky2010/1fyharsb4e6gth


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