VIP Glendronach 1992-2019 | 26 Year Old Whisky-Online Exclusive Cask #8318

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Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 
Distillery Bottling Exclusive For Whisky-Online 70cl / 50.8%

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A 1992 26-year-old single cask #8318 Glendronach selected by Wayne, Harrison & Tim exclusively for Whisky-Online.com. The last stock of this exclusive single cask Glendronach 1992 was reserved and is now available only to our VIP Club members.

This was the second of our official private cask bottlings from Glendronach, a 1992 vintage 26-Year-Old matured full term in a single Pedro Ximenez sherry Puncheon cask.

This Glendronach was distilled on 05/06/1992 and aged for 26 years in PX Puncheon #8318 before being bottled in 2019 with a yield of just 233 bottles.

Attributes
Distillery

Glendronach

Bottler

Distillery

Series

Whisky-Online Exclusive

Country Scotland
Region Highland
Distilled Year 1992
Bottling Year 2019
Age 26
Limited Edition Yes
Bottles Produced 233
Cask Type PX Puncheon
Cask Number 8318
Bottle Size 70cl
ABV 50.8%
Pre-Owned No

 

Tasting Notes

WhiskyFun.com Tasting Notes:

Colour: Amber/bronze.
Nose: Wow, a lovely mix of walnut stain, bitter chocolate, verbena, wormwood and a kind of sooty herbal combo. Thick, almost tarry layers of green Chartreuse, herbal ointments, sour cherries, black coffee, molasses, damp pipe tobacco and freshly made strawberry jam. Excellent stuff.
With Water: Carnations, vase water, bouillon stock, old leather, camphor, mint syrup and Dundee cake. Still extremely silky and clean.

Mouth: Nicely textured arrival. All on Brazil nuts, chopped dates, coffee and walnut cake, mint leaf, Guinness cake and chewing tobacco. There’s also praline, bitter mints, some very old balsamic and bags of fruity cough medicines. Did I mention liquorice? Well, there’s a fair few chunks of top quality liquorice in there too.
With Water: Cherry cough drops, bitter herbal extracts (Unicum etc...), some rye spice and things like mustard powder, potpourri, rolling tobacco, some extremely bitter dark chocolate and freshly made espresso. Wonderfully bitter in this continuing herbal and cough medicine-accented way.

Finish: Good length and rather peppery, salty, herbal and gently earthy.

Comments: I’m not always a fan of the PX Glendronachs, I normally prefer the oloroso casks. However, this one is a sure fire winner. Clean, precise, quite complex and manages to tread a very fine, well-balanced line with these bitter herbal notes that manifest in all the right ways and never become too tiring or cloying.
90 points.