GLENDRONACH 18-year-old Allardice 46%
Allardice was the family name of the founder of the Glendronach distillery in 1826. With this 18-year-old version, the distillery shows a resounding return to the landscape of Highland single malts. Fruity and spicy to perfection, its fine and complex aromas will delight fans of the brand. Two other editions of 15 and 21 years of age complete the range, evidence of the revival of this distillery.
Nose : Earthy with scents of undergrowth. Some notes of sulfur.
Palate : Rich and creamy on red fruits and plums. The tannins dry out the mouth that end on the peat.
Finish : Long and persistent on sherry cask and peat. Sweet spices blend together.
The Glendronach Distillery is located on the edge of Speyside on the East Coast at Dronach Burn in the Deveron region. It was created by a union, led by James Allardice in 1826, having received the right to distill at the beginning of the 19th century thanks to the Duke of Gordon. The distillery has used the same distillation methods since the beginning of its activity, producing Single Malts aged in high quality sherry casks. Following numerous changes of ownership until it closed in 1996, until the owners of Benriach bought the Glendronach distillery in 2008, and thus started producing a peated single malt in small quantities.
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