Glengoyne 12 Year Old is a single malt Scotch whisky that is produced by the Glengoyne distillery in the Scottish Highlands. The distillery was founded in 1833 and has a long history of producing high... Read more
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|Name||Glengoyne 12 Year Old|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||43%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||02-16-2022|
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The Glengoyne Distillery is a whiskey distillery that has been running continuously since it was established in Dumgoyne, Scotland, north of Glasgow, in 1833. Glengoyne is exceptional in that it makes Highland single malt whiskey that has been aged in the Lowlands. The stills at Glengoyne are situated along the Highland Line, which separates Scotland's Highlands and Lowlands; whisky maturation barrels are situated in the Lowlands across the highway. The Glengoyne Distillery is located in Dumgoyne, near Loch Lomond and to the north of Glasgow, on the southern fringe of the Scottish Highlands. Although Glengoyne is a Highland single malt since it is made in the Highlands, it matures in the Lowlands. This is due to the fact that the distillery is split in two by the Highland Line, which separates Scotland's Highlands and Lowlands. The boundary line crosses in front of the distillery and beneath the A81 highway, which connects Glasgow with Aberfoyle, with the warehouses to the southwest of the highway. The most well-known long walk in Scotland, the West Highland Way, is located just next to Glengoyne, where hikers frequently stop by. Many people refer to Glengoyne as the 'most beautiful distillery in Scotland.' With a present capacity of over one million liters of alcohol and more than 35,000 annual visitors, the distillery has been producing Highland single malt whiskey for more than 175 years. Only two distilleries still in operation today employ the high-quality, low-yield Golden Promise barley, and Glengoyne and Bruichladdich is one of them. The Glengoyne Burn, which runs from the neighboring Dumgoyne hill through the distillery grounds before continuing on to Loch Lomond, provides water for the distillery. Unlike many malt whiskies, Glengoyne prefers to utilize warm air to dry its grain rather than peat smoke. This absence of peat smoke is credited with giving the Glengoyne single malts their particular flavor and clean, brilliant look. The advertising phrase 'The real taste of malt whisky unspoiled by peat smoke' makes use of this unique quality to promote Glengoyne.