Glendronach Master Blender, cask strength batch 7, is opulent in the rewards of mellow, slow, and compound sherry cask aging in the earthen-floored dunnage storerooms Glendronach; the tips being a rounded taste, sublime fragrance, entire body, and long-lasting finish.
With a cask collection spanning Autumn, Summer, and Winter distillation at Glendronach, the ensuing marriage delivers a malt with a whole heart, composite taste, and smooth, mellow maturity, contradicting its 57.9% cask strength.
The Glendronach Cask Strength Batch 7 endures the combination tradition at the exceptional Spanish oak sherry casks with the solid highland malt.
On the fragrance notes, the sufficiently of caramel & heather honey notes, with just a dash of cinnamon. It’s more prosperous & deep, and it is also dried raisins sultanas, then it also has Coffee, a speck of citrus. Moreover, it has a lovely nuttiness that comes in: hazelnuts walnuts before you drift back and forth between toffee notes, caramel, and maple syrup.
In taste, it is lovely viscosity, thick oily spirit. It offers several aromatic components like caramel, praline, and dark chocolate, with orange, raisins, Coffee, and tiramisu. Furthermore, it has pretty zesty, with nutmeg and cloves; little coriander warmth too. Later on, a slanting taste of plumply and Juicy, very excellent stability of spice and sweetness but not excessively complex.
One more good GlenDronach – though maybe not as good as some of the former batches if my memory hasn’t failed you. It is worth a punt. So we can’t say it is enough: if you invest all your money on Macallan – avoid it, close those mart tabs on the browser, and just purchase GlenDronach instead. It’s a much better spirit as well as an infinitely better value.