Glenglassaugh Update

The next iTasteNote Cloud Update is ready for download and this time it includes 23 single malt whiskies from the Speyside distillery called Glenglassaugh. Technically speaking, six of them can not be called whisky since they are less than 3 years old. The correct term is ‘new make spirit’.

Added on March 5, 2012:

Glenglassaugh Blushes, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh Clearac, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh Fledgling XB, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh Peated, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh The Spirit Drink That Blushes To Speak Its Name, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh The Spirit Drink That Dare Not Speak Its Name, NAS, 50.0 %
Glenglassaugh 12 YO, 43.0 %
Glenglassaugh 12 YO, 43.0 %
Glenglassaugh 22 YO, 40.0 %
Glenglassaugh Dod Cameron1986, 24 YO, 45.3 %
Glenglassaugh The Family Silver, 1973, 25 YO, 40.0 %
Glenglassaugh 26 YO, 46.0 %
Glenglassaugh 30 YO, 55.1 %
Glenglassaugh Aged Over 30 Years, 34 YO, 52.3 %
Glenglassaugh Ronnie Routledge, 1976, 35 YO, 49.6 %
Glenglassaugh Jim Cryle, 1974, 36 YO, 52.9 %
Glenglassaugh Aged Over 30 Years, 1972, 36 YO, 43.0 %
Glenglassaugh 1967, 38 YO, 45.2 %
Glenglassaugh 40 YO, 44.6 %
Glenglassaugh Bert Forsyth, 1968, 42 YO, 44.9 %
Glenglassaugh Walter Grant, 1967, 43 YO, 40.4 %
Glenglassaugh 1960, 44 YO, 41.7 %
Glenglassaugh 1966, 45 YO, 49.2 %