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Glendronach "Revival" 15 Year Old Distillery Bottling Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)

SKU #1063450 93 points Whisky Advocate

 Deeper, richer, more viscous, and more intriguing than the 12 year old (and not as sappy as the 18 year old). Complex and intriguing, with raisin, orange marmalade, grape skin, sugar plum, cinnamon bun, raspberry preserve, mixed nuts, and coal ash. Nice tannic grip on the finish. The best of the bunch, and very impressive! (Summer 2010) Reviewed by: John Hansell

K&L Notes

The 15 year is finally back! After ceasing production in 2015, the Revival has returned. Aged in PX and Olorosso casks the malt is classic, rich, and unctous. It's full of honeyed tones, chocolate, and dried fruits. I was nervous for the return, but it's every bit as good as the last bottles in 2015, possibly even better.


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By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/19/2015 | Send Email
Big rich sherry flavor for those who like their single malt dark like coffee.

By: James Knight | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/5/2014 | Send Email
I like Scotch ale, the "wee heavy" beer, and I like this Glendronach 15-year "Revival." It's more than a wee bit richer than the 12. It's spicy, and smoky; candy apples smoking cigarettellos at a pumpkin pie party. Comparisons? Here's my take: Spicier than Glendronach 12; not quite as intense as Aberlour A'bunadh....but getting there. Way more fiery than Macallan 12, but super sherried and rich. A sort of Lagavulin 16 ashiness on the palate, perhaps. A powerfully inviting detour.

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