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    Glendronach

    TIRELESS

    PURSUIT OF PERFECTION

     

    WHISKY FIT FOR A KINGSMAN

    The GlenDronach single malt Scotch whisky has remained somewhat of a well-kept secret, distilled and matured in the valley of Forgue, deep in the east Highland hills.

    Using time-honoured skills established by founder, James Allardice, The GlenDronach has been quietly mastering the art of sherry cask maturation since 1826. Just as it has always been done, our Highland whisky undergoes a lengthy maturation in casks which have previously housed Pedro Ximenez or Oloroso sherry. These patient endeavours have created The GlenDronach’s signature style: richly sherried, elegant and full-bodied to the last.

    The GlenDronach was personally selected by film director, Matthew Vaughn, to celebrate the release of his film ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’; The GlenDronach being his single malt whisky of choice.

    To create The GlenDronach Kingsman Edition 1991 Vintage, which marks the birth year of Kingsman agent, Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin, only the finest sherry casks were selected by whisky maker, Rachel Barrie.

    Unashamedly Highland and endlessly complex, this rare, limited release shares the Kingsman creed of impossible perfection built on unshakeable tradition.

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    A WELL KEPT SECRET

     

    REVERED BY WHISKY CONNOISSEURS

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    TASTING NOTES

    COLOUR

    Deep walnut finish.

    NOSE

    Waves of black grapes on a woody vine combined with antique leather and maple leaf tobacco.

    PALATE

    Ripe Victoria plum and Seville orange give way to Old Jamaican ginger cask and sticky black treacle.

    FINISH

    Lingering and warm, with ground coffee, dark chocolate and walnut raisin cake.

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    Each batch is crafted to the same high standards our founder James Allardice established in 1826.

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