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Staff Pick

Glendronach Aged 12 Years Original Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Ratings on Delectable

Matthew Finneran

The regular 15 is much better imo. A little bit of smoke here but manageable. Good for a heavier drink.

The regular 15 is much better imo. A little bit of smoke here but manageable. Good for a heavier drink.

9.1

Jay Kline Delectable Pro

This was a delicious surprise. Reminded me of old Glenmo releases.

This was a delicious surprise. Reminded me of old Glenmo releases.

9.2

Dave Grijalva

Really nice sherry

Really nice sherry

9.1

Ryan Stewart Delectable Pro

Auburn color. Rich aromas of honeycomb, dried cherries, menthol, figs, and sweet marmalade. Oily mouthfeel, ever so slightly hot on the tongue, dry tannins. Palate mimics the nose, with additional maraschino cherries, plum, malted barley, and freshly baked sponge cake. Heavy body, medium ++ finish. One of the nicest sherry finished single malts I've had!

Auburn color. Rich aromas of honeycomb, dried cherries, menthol, figs, and sweet marmalade. Oily mouthfeel, ever so slightly hot on the tongue, dry tannins. Palate mimics the nose, with additional maraschino cherries, plum, malted barley, and freshly baked sponge cake. Heavy body, medium ++ finish. One of the nicest sherry finished single malts I've had!

9.2

A D

Happy Burns Night!

Happy Burns Night!

9.0

Vladimir Lysenko

Wine taste.!

Wine taste.!

9.3

Trent Johnsen

Gift from Ben B - no Scotch expert but Q & I both enjoyed this 1

Gift from Ben B - no Scotch expert but Q & I both enjoyed this 1

8.9

Alopex

Great 12 year old scotch, hands down.

Great 12 year old scotch, hands down.

9.5

John Watson

Hands down my favorite single malt at the moment.

Hands down my favorite single malt at the moment.

9.5

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