- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Cask - Batch 5
- Stated Age
- 39 years old
- Oloroso Sherry Butt
- Number of bottles
- 54.4 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 07 Jun 2011 7:41 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glendronach 1972
13 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 93.85 points
- Whiskyauction.com € 1.905 11-2018
- Whisky Online Auctions 11-2018 GBP 1.550
- Whiskyauction.com 05-2018 €1815,00
- 01-2018 € 1560,00
- Batch 5 contains the following bottles:
1972 cask 716
1978 cask 1067
1989 cask 3314
1991 cask 2406
1993 cask 1
- One off the best... Simply great in complexity.
- Sample from Mordread.
Fruity, woody, pastry and plums. Fudge, exotic fruits and raisins. Chocolate, coffee - moccha, cigar leafs, pine resin and syrup.
Resin, orange, nuts and woody. Spices - pepper and nutmeg, dusty, figs and exotic fruits. With water sweeter.
Liquid chocolate, some liquorice and fudge. Pepper and cigar/wood smoke.
- from a purchased sample
Oh, this is something special. It's got that high-sherry nearly
extracted quality liqueur angle to it. Coffee, drops of cocoa, red
fruit, tobacco, the perfect small pinch of a few grains of salt (that
brings out the best in everything else). Really immaculate. I never want
to not nose this. (with water) I'm not sure that the water actually
made a difference. Perhaps the red fruit and tobacco are a little more
prominent, but who cares? This is incredible.
Everything on the nose, and more. Ginger/chili briefly, and then it
turns a bit more to the so perfect mix of coffee and high grade cuban
pipe tobacco. A touch of heat and wood, but it's actually perfect this
way. (with water) Fruit disperses a bit, and the palate goes through its
transition more quickly. More on the tobacco with coffee (both weak old
diner and the middle of a pour of Turkish coffee).
Really top notch. Perhaps one could fault it for being a bit linear,
but this thing has depth and it's gorgeous. More heavily on the tobacco,
wood, and coffee, but nothing's out of step. I'd like this pour to keep