Glengoyne is a bag of curiosities. Split by the Highland/Lowland line, it is distilled in the Highlands and matured in the Lowlands. It is also the most slowly distilled Scotch whisky and is free of the influence of any peat. The result is a creamy, clean and malty whisky.
The Whisky Tasting Club Notes:
Nose: Buttery, fluffy apple with a crisp, raw, biting edge. Lemon drizzle cake. Marzipan. Light sherry.
Palate: Soft and sugary at first, then the lemon peel, wood spice and vanilla kick in and raise the stakes. The finish is spicy, yet soft.
Retails for around £30