I’ve been lucky enough to try Glenglassaugh’s new 30yo release. See below for my tasting notes, but first, here’s the PR blurb about the release which is worth a read as it’s nice to see Glenglassaugh in good hands! …
The BenRiach Distillery Company, which bought the Portsoy-based Glenglassaugh distillery in March, has released its first Glenglassaugh expression – a superb 30YO single malt.
Tomatin Distillery has launched a new peated whisky expression called:
It comes with a spooky backstory as such:
Cù Bòcan has stalked residents of the remote Highland village of Tomatin for centuries, his legend embellished by the hellhound’s increasingly fractious behaviour.
Sightings are rare, once in a generation, always terrifying. A distillery worker, out walking late, was once relentlessly pursued by an imposing black beast, steam spiralling from flared nostrils, teeth bared.