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Glengoyne Burnfoot (Travel Retail) Review

Glengoyne Burnfoot This dram was tasted as part of the 12 Drams of Xmas series

Day 2 was provided to us by David Carson (@TIA568B) from the blog.

I've swapped samples with David a number of times and have an idea of the types of whiskies, and distilleries, which he likes and this influenced a part of my guess on this. Now like the rest of thee i am going to show my guesses and how bad they were so no laughing.

On the basis of knowing David enjoys his trips to Cambelltown, and in particular the Springbank distillery, i went with the Springbank 10 Year Old at 54%, i was quite a bit wrong and David's actual choice was a brilliant Highland whisky. This was my first time trying the Glengoyne Burnfoot and it's one i would seek out in future.

Tasting Notes & Details


Instantly thinking a touch of wine, very malty and cerealy, slightly fruity, very interesting nose


has a hint of wine in there im almost certain, really quite fruity compeletely different to the nose


grows and grows, don't think it's hugely strong but has a kick.

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Glengoyne Burnfoot (Travel Retail)
Age: NAS
ABV: 40.00
Distiller: Glengoyne
Bottler: Glengoyne
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Highland
Posted: 31/01/2013 by Tom

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