Berrys Bros & Rudd – Glengoyne 2000/2014 – Tasting Notes

In the master class with Charles Maclean at the WFNN festival recently I tried this Glengoyne expression. Distilled in 2000 and in 2014 bottled as just still a 13 year old at 46% from cask #3591. Nonchillfiltered and no colouring added. 

Nose
Creme brulee, sweet, burned sugar, rich vanilla, rich fruit, dried apricots, tangerine, pomelo

Palate
Like the notes on the nose, very sweet and a bit dryness.
Burned sugar on mouth feel. Fruit, full, thick fruit cake, marinated dried fruits and dark chocolate.

Finish
Medium length finish, sweet and bit dry.

Score
Scoring a 7 out of 10

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