A very handsome bottling of long-aged Glendronach, the malts that went into Grandeur have been aged over three decades in the finest sherry wood and the bottling is described by its proud owners as "a classical representation of the smooth, complex and full-bodied style that the GlenDronach Distillery is famous for." Sounds good to us.
Appearance: Deep Autumn gold with a warm amber glow.Nose: A tremendous concentration of fruits, nuts, and berries enveloped in a coffee and mocha glaze. Subtle sweet sherry notes interact beautifully with sticky date pudding aromas. Palate: Very big gusty flavors adorn each mouthful, yet with perfect balance and refinement. Initial spiced orange flavors and rich Oloroso sherry are met mid-palate with roasted almonds, coffee and treacle. The dry concentrated flavors from the almonds and the Oloroso sherry are balanced in perfect harmony with sultanas, chocolate and honey. Conclusions: This is a rewarding, memorable and captivating GlenDronach expression for a special occasion.