Glengoyne 12 year old is the staple of the range, and the first dram we had sitting in the visitors lounge before we had the tour, whilst watching the video that they play
After the tour around the distillery we were taken into the the main house for a sit in the lounge and the next two drams, first being this 15 Year Old.
The sample of this lovely Highland dram came courtesy of Danny Williamson (@dramstats) of the Dramstats Whisky Blog.
The second of the two drams we had in the distillery house was this 18 Year old.
My bro and dramming partner David (@chunk1612) picked up a bottle of this lovely dram recently and i was desperate to have a wee try, the Glengoyne 17 was lovely so i had big expectations for this dra
Another from the Travel Retail exclusive range from Glengoyne this is the Balbaina, with first fill hand selected European oak casks at it's heart I'm expecting a lot of dried fruit character from this dram.
This dram was tasted as part of the 12 Drams of Xmas series
From the new Glengoyne range of whiskies, this Glengoyne Cuartillo is at the cheaper end of the scale, and I'm really excited to give this one a try.
Another from the Global Travel Retail range from Glengoyne this is the PX Cask Finish, matured initially in European and American Oak before being finished in ex Pedro Ximinez Sherry casks.
For this dram we moved into the Distillery shop and were poured the dram into china teacups. It's a bit gimmicky and the story behind it (check the Glengoyne site here) is fun and gimicky too and i li
Back in November 2018 (which deoesn't feel that long ago but was around 3.5 months ago) Barry, from The Whiskyphiles, and I had a really pleasant trip up to Glengoyne distillery for the launch of the latest, Batch 6, of their Teapot dram.