The 21-year-old Glendronach is the flagship of the distillery. The strong demand has led to a shortage. The addition of the name Parliament, the single malt carries a collection of crows that have been nesting in the trees of the distillery for 200 years....
The Glendronach 21 Parliament gets its name from a colony (=parliament) of crows who've been nesting in the trees next to the distillery for 200 years. It's been matured in Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks.
For years the 15-year-old Revival had been one of the most popular bottlings from Glendronach, but it is now discontinued because the distillery had been mothballed from 1996 until 2002. Stocks are dwindling, and prices have already gone up.
After the end of production in 2015, the Glendronach Revival returns to the distillery range. In contrast to its predecessor, not only Oloroso but also PX sherry casks were used for ripening. Currently only very limited quantities available!
The new 18-year-old Glendronach bears the addition Allardice (founder of the Glendronach Distillery James Allardice) and completes the previously relatively manageable range of products to another, first-class sherry barrel stored single malt whisky.
Cask strength without age. The bottling is done in individual batches and contains like the standard whiskys Malts from Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks.
The batch 1 has an individual alcohol strength of 54.8% and is delivered in an edition of...
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