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Glenglassaugh whisky reviews

Glenglassaugh distillery
Speyside region
Founded in 1875, currently active
www.glenglassaugh.com

Glenglassaugh 31 yo 1967 (55,8%, Signatory Silent Stills 1998, cask #2893, 217 btl.) – 90/100

Glenglassaugh 40 yo 1972 (43,1%, C&S Dram Exceptional 2013, refill sherry butt, 300 btl.) – 90/100

Glenglassaugh 39 yo 1972 (57,5%, OB for Germany 2012, refill butt #2896, 516 btl.) – 93/100

Glenglassaugh 35 yo 1978 (41,7%, OB 2014, Massandra Madeira puncheon) – 90/100

Glenglassaugh 31 yo 1978 (44,6%, The Whisky Exchange 10th Anniversary 2009) – 89/100

Glenglassaugh 32 yo 1978 (46,2%, Villa Konthor 2010) – 83/100

Glenglassaugh 26 yo 1983 (50,4%, Mo Òr Collection 2010, oloroso sherry butt #171, 885 btl.) – 91/100

Glenglassaugh 1984 (54,7%, Malts of Scotland 2009, cask #186, 213 btl.) – 85/100

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