I am a Canadian looking for a Canadian source to buy 17 year old Glen Goyne
Built: 1833. Current Owner: Ian Macleod Distillers Ltd. Production Capacity: 1,500,000 litres. House style: Light, but flavourful and very drinkable. Attractively malty, with apples present. Glengoyne Distillery lies in a tranquil wooded glen on the western edge of the Campsie Fells. It takes its name from Glen Guin, or 'Glen of the Wild Geese', and sits at the foot of a small waterfall tumbling from the volcanic plug of Dumgoyne Hill. Glengoyne distillery uses only specially selected unpeated malted barley i.e. barley which is malted using air from a natural fire and not a peat fire, thus resulting in a whisky that is generally fairly light. The Highland Line, which notionally divided Highland from Lowland Scotland runs through the distillery grounds, making Glengoyne the southernmost Single Highland Malt. Sold in 2003 by the Edrington Group to the independent bottler Ian Macleod. RMW were delighted to hear of such a fine distillery getting the attention it deserves, under the stewardship of a company with its heart in the right place. With production increasing, it will no longer be a sleeping giant.