This 50-year-old single malt is the oldest GlenDronach ever released. The whisky was selected by Master Blender Rachel Barrie from casks filled in 1971, and married in a single Pedro Ximenez cask before bottling.
Each bottle is hand numbered and presented in a leather case, accompanied by an embossed leather booklet with details about the whisky. Bottle number one in the series was auctioned at the Distillers Company One of One auction in December 2021 to raise money for disadvantaged young people in Scotland.
AGE: 50 Year Old
NO OF BOTTLES: 198
CASK TYPE: Sherry
Ripe dark cherry and plum are the preludes to a harmony of rolling stone fruit, gentian, and a plume of smouldering tobacco - lifted by lilting notes of bramble, orange, and cranberry.
Dense undertones of dark chocolate, tobacco, and cocoa form an exquisite overture of flavour. A perfect counter comes in a crescendo of elegant plum and luxurious black cherry, enrobed in a swathe of velvet espresso.