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Glenburgie

Vendor: Douglas Laing

Glenburgie 1997-2023 | 25 Year Old Douglas Laing XOP Single Cask DL17850

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Vendor: Douglas Laing

Glenburgie 2008-2023 | 15 Year Old Douglas Laing Old Particular Single Cask DL18422

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Vendor: Signatory Vintage

Glenburgie 2008-2024 | 15 Year Old Signatory Vintage Exceptional Cask 100 Proof Edition 2

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 2008-2022 | 14 Year Old Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice Single Cask 17602306

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 1994-2023 | 28 Year Old Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice Single Cask 10081 UK Exclusive

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 25 Year Old | Distillery Labels

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 1990-2021 | 31 Year Old Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice Single Cask 12524

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 21 Year Old | Distillery Labels

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Vendor: Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers

Glenburgie 2011-2022 | 10 Year Old | Carn Mor Strictly Limited

Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 2004-2019 | Distillery Labels

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Vendor: The River Tweed Whisky Company

Glenburgie 2012-2021 | 8 Year Old Cooper's Choice Single Cask #128

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 1988-2020 | 32 Year Old Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice Single Cask 1083

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Vendor: Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers

Glenburgie 2012-2021 | 8 Year Old | Carn Mor Strictly Limited

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Vendor: Berry Bros & Rudd

Glenburgie 2008-2019 | 11 Year Old | Berry Bros & Rudd Single Cask 88

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 21 Year Old | Distillery Labels

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 1964-2010 Gordon & MacPhail

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 10 Year Old | Gordon & MacPhail

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Glenburgie 1954 | 30 Year Old | Connoisseurs Choice

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 10 Year Old | Gordon & MacPhail

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Vendor: Glenburgie

Glenburgie 1968 | 15 Year Old

Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Glenburgie 1966-2014 Gordon & MacPhail

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Glenburgie

Glenburgie (pronounced: glen-BER-gee) is arguably a closed distillery, it was demolished and completely rebuilt by Allied Distillers in 2003 who passed it on to Pernod Ricard in 2004/5 who subsequently expanded it even further. Only the stills were retained from the original building, thus, arguably, making it a new distillery. Whatever this means for the character of Glenburgie what is certain is that it will continue to be a fairly obscure blending beast in years to come as it always has been. Not widely known about outside fanatical whisky loving circles, it is a great shame because Glenburgie has produced some stunning malts over the years. 

Founded: 1829
Stills: 3 Wash 3 Spirit
Water Source: Local Springs
Capacity: 4.2 Million Litres
Owners: Pernod Ricard

1958-1981: Old Style Malt And Lomond Stills

The floor maltings at Glenburgie were closed in 1958 and the stills were converted to steam and condensers a few years later. Thankfully there are many examples of Glenburgie from the sixties to showcase its often beautifully resinous character. There have been some stunning examples by Gordon & MacPhail, particularly from 1966 such as the cask for La Maison Du Whisky. A 1954 30yo for Sestante by G&M provided a beautifully resinous and delicate look at old-style Glenburgie. Signatory also bottled a stunning 39yo from 1963 that shows Glenburgie can bloom even without the help of sherry, which it is most commonly filled into. There are some official examples from the mid-sixties and early seventies that are very good as well. An OB 5yo from this era was particularly good with lots of fresh butter, herbs and lively citrus character.

In an interesting historical side note, there was a pair of Lomond Stills installed at Glenburgie to work alongside the existing standard pair. Lomond Stills have a separate condenser in the head of the still which is adjustable and allows greater control over the levels of reflux during distillation. This supposedly means that a distiller can make different styles of distillate through a single pair of stills. These stills were used to produce a separate malt christened Glencraig between 1958 and 1981 when the Lomond Stills were removed to make way for the second pair of standard stills. For more info on Glencraig, there is a separate profile page for it that you can read.

1981-2003: Modern Glenburgie.

Glenburgie from this time is typically rich and nutty in the modern Speyside style with plenty of stewed fruits from sherried examples and creamy maltiness and gingery spice out of bourbon. Fine examples are available from Signatory, Cadenheads, and some semi-official bottlings from G&M as well.

2005-Present: A New Distillery

Bottlings have yet to emerge from this newly constructed Glenburgie. Pernod Ricard upped the number of stills to six shortly after acquiring the distillery thus giving it one of the largest production capacities in Scotland. It remains to be seen how the make will compare to the old distillery but it will probably be different. Thankfully there still seems to be a good supply of Glenburgie and a dependable string of independent examples do still emerge.

Glenburgie