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Glendronach Grandeur 31 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 45.8%
A Glendronach from a bygone era, hailing from the classic coal fired stills of old.
This 31 year old 'Grandeur' now represents the last of its kind and genuine opportunity to win a real piece of Single Malt history and provenance.
Tasting note: [Tasted from a 20ml sample] Deep brassy gold colour. Honeyed cereals, sweet tobacco and cigar box top note with only the faintest suggestion of sulphur that remains in check. With aeration the aromas take a stunning twist drawing out flashes of aged Rum, combining vanilla, brown sugar, mocha and dried banana. A concentrated cascade slowly pulses through the mouth offering semi sweet dried fruit and spice flavours persisting with outstanding length and depth. Silky and soft. Concludes wonderfully fine, super clean and dry, with a subtle, late burst of old liquorice strap, cedary oak and cigar box. Utterly luxurious. What Sherry matured whisky is all about. 45.8% Alc./Vol.
Other Reviews: The new ultra-mature release, following its 33 year old predecessor (bottled by previous owners). It’s nice to see the higher ABV, given that the 33 year old was only 40%. Very soothing. Quite deep on the nose and viscous (almost sappy) on the palate, with gobs of juicy oak and old oak (its age is obvious but not imposing), dark raisin, black raspberry, orange marmalade, roasted nuts, and freshly roasted coffee beans. All of this is peppered with cinnamon, ginger, and charcoal. Polished leather on the finish. I like that it’s sherried, and the sherry is kept in balance. Those of you who liked the 33 year old will also enjoy this one (assuming you can afford it). 94 Points. John Hansell Whisky advocate (Spring 2011)
n23.5, t24, f23.5, b23.5...just one hell of an alpha sherry butt. 94.5 Points - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2014
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