Warm baked custard, peppered strawberries, digestive biscuits, soft oak and a short sherbet tingle.
Thick rosehip syrup, Demerara sugar developing into a spicy, gooseberry dryness. Wonderful balance, nothing dominates.
Digestive biscuits, ripe bananas and a hint of pepper. This is the taste of Scotlands slowest distillation, bottled as tradition insists: at cask strength, un-chillfiltered. Like every Glengoyne, the amber hue is created by time and oak, nothing more.