The Glengoyne 25 is a malt that inspires me again and again - incredibly intense and complex, the flavors change and regroup again and again. The wonderful nose also holds in the mouth, what it promises, and even on the finish, all the flavors are back ... a great all-round malt, great class!
Baked apple with cinnamon, thick caramel sauce, vanilla, dark honey, orange marmalade, blackberries, blueberries, dark cherries, plums in rum, leather, pumpernickel, thyme, rosemary, fennel seeds, oranges peppered with cloves, dates, gingerbread spices, stomach bread, liquorice, anise, a lot of dark chocolate sauce, Mon Chérie, pecans, very intense, thick, old (in the beautiful sense), wonderful nose - a breath of espresso is suddenly in the air and fresh pipe tobacco, vanilla, then - slightly warmed - the delicate scent of freshly lit Matches ...
Wow, a wonderfully warming, spicy, intense snack - juice orange, blood orange, orange marmalade, some kumquat, plum compote, cherry sauce, red groats, the glengoyne baked apple, ginger, white pepper, clove pepper, cardamom and cinnamon, thick dark chocolate, dark honey, again nuts - this time rather roasted hazelnuts, but also again the pecans, rosemary, thyme, fennel seeds, gingerbread, pumpernickel, gingerbread and stomach bread again, anise and liquorice and some freshly prepared espresso, the leather and tobacco impressions from the nose are also there and a touch of oxtail soup in cognac sauce joins in to the intense aromas that you would not want to let go ...
long and persistent, warm-spicy, with fine unobtrusive sweetness, barely dry, intense here too - dark chocolate, dark honey, a fan of orange elements, dark berries, beautiful spices and sweet licorice and still the glengyone-baked apple in nose and Mouth ... a dream