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The GlenDronach 25 Year Old 1991 Kingsman Edition Review

The GlenDronach 25 Year Old 1991 Kingsman EditionThe GlenDronach was personally selected by Film Director, Matthew Vaughn, for his new Kingsman film as The GlenDronach is his single malt whisky of choice.

This 1991 vintage definitely has some ex-Sherry cask influence which did have me concerned with my own hang ups but it's a great tasty spicy, fruity, yummy dram filled with marmalade goodness.

The price is high, and i'm not sure its justified, but its sold out everywhere including Master of Malt and appearing in auctions at some crazy prices already.

Thanks to Glendronach for the official sample .

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

the nose starts off with spicy cinnamon crusted Seville thick cut marmalade, tarte Bramley apple pie filling, sultanas and light creamy notes, lindt chilli chocolate comes through also

Palate

Soft and creamy, thick cut marmalade, chilli chocolate grows and grows sultanas and Dundee cake in there too, a little hint of char also

Finish

Chilli spices and cinnamon yum

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: The GlenDronach 25 Year Old 1991 Kingsman Edition
Age: 1991 Vintage
ABV: 48.20
Distiller: Glendronach
Bottler: Glendronach
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Highland
Posted: 06/10/2017 by Tom



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