Glengoyne 14 Year Old Douglas Laing Old Particular
A distillery has stood on this site since 1833, when the Edmonstone family (the main landowner of the area) began production, passing control to the MacLelland family in the 1850s who, in turn, sold it to the Glasgow-based blender Lang Bro's in 1876. It was they who changed the distillery’s original name, Burnfoot, to Glen Guin which was anglicised to Glengoyne in 1905.
Here we have a single cask bottling, only 337 bottles were charged from the cask.
- Region: Speyside
- Distillery: Glengoyne
- Age/Name: 14 years old
- Size: 70cl
- Strength: 48.4% ABV
- Bottled By: Douglas Laing.
- Chill-Filtered: no
NOSE: Caramelised nuts sweetness follow by toasted oak and malted barley.
PALATE: Spicy yet creamy toffee leads into grilled fruit and peppercorns.
FINISH: Long and buttery - Nectarines, milk chocolate and barley sweetness