GlenDronach Distillery Releases ‘Old Style’ Peated Port Wood

GlenDronach Peated Port Wood

The GlenDronach Distillery is pleased to announce the exclusive release of The
GlenDronach Peated Port Wood, a rare example of Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, made in the ‘old style’, from malted barley dried with Highland peat.

Inspired by the historical import of casked port into Scotland during the nineteenth century, the peated spirit has undergone a final maturation in the finest port pipes, from the Douro Valley in Portugal.

The GlenDronach whisky maker hand-selected and expertly combined these port pipes, to create this seasonal expression. The GlenDronach Peated Port Wood has bottled at 46% ABV, non-chill filtered and of natural colour.

The GlenDronach Whisky Maker, Rachel Barrie, said:

“The GlenDronach Peated Port Wood may be considered a surprising expression from this distillery but in keeping with historical styles”

“Peat imbues the spirit with regional notes of wood smoke and smouldering charcoal, layered over The GlenDronach’s archetypal fruitiness.

On the nose, you can enjoy wild strawberries dusted with cinnamon sugar and
crisp, tart cranberry juice, flooded with waves of Highland smoke, sweetening
with a red berry compote, with rich, stewed barley and lingering, smouldering charcoal on the palate.”

Source: Speyscot

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