Glendronach 1975 DT Three Generations
Added on Saturday, Jun 30, 2012 at 09:04 PM
  Bottler: Duncan Taylor
  Age: 33 yrs Type: Scotch
  Vintage: 1975 Subtype: Single Malt
  ABV: 51.40 % Region: Speyside
  Price: N/A Availability: Collectors Only

Bottled 2008. Comemmorates the three generations of the Shand family who were directly involved with this whisky from distillation to bottling.

Retailed for around $280.

Member Ratings and Notes

Nose:  Big fruit, pears.


Palate:  Sweet and malty.


Finish:  Mostly fruity.


Good but pretty one dimensional.


N: Sweet powdered sugar,, dry hay, minerals and fruits

P: Red and green apples, pears

F: Lightly salted


Retaste 10-2012

N: Gummy sweetness, cherry candy and dry wood

P: Green grapes, hint of sherry fruit, tart and tangy


Retasted to take notes thinking I hadn't reviewed it.  I was kind of disappointed with it.  B



N: Butter and nuts, sweet nectar
P: Vanilla and nougat, a tad of coconut. Lots of fruit starts to emerge,
F: Plenty of wood spice finishes things off. Sweetness and spice nicely balanced.

n:  Daisies.  Nice.


p:  Honeysuckle.  Overall quite floral and decent



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