1995 Glenburgie 21 Year Old K&L Exclusive "Signatory" Single Barrel Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)

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This is the second cask of Glenburgie we've grabbed from the Signatory warehouse and it's another winner. The whisky is nothing flashy or wildly exotic, just smooth, rich, and delicious from front to back. Any time we can sell delicious 20+ year old cask strength single malt for under a hundred bucks, we're probably going to take that deal. Glenburgie is known more for its role in Ballantine's blended than it is as a stand-alone single malt, but these single casks should help change that perception. Once again we've got creamy malt flavor on the palate, a rich layer of oak from the two decades in wood, and a lovely finish of baked apples and other Highland fruit flavors. The 54.8% ABV lifts the finish into a flurry of baking spices and malty notes that continues to linger for minutes. This is tasty, classically-flavored Scotch whisky, pure and simple.

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By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/21/2016 | Send Email
This is the most elegant of the currant Signatory selections. I t offers beautiful aromas of honey and malt. In the mouth it is rich and round while at the same time elegant and complex. There is a subtle hint of creaminess and a nuance of spice. Like all of the cask strength whiskys a little water helps soften and open up this single malt.

By: Andrew Stevens | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/21/2016 | Send Email
One of my favorite things about getting to taste through the bottlings of Scotch we get from Signatory, Old Particular, and Hepburn's Choice is being surprised by a bottle from a distillery I am unfamiliar with or has been shut down. For the four bottles of Signatory that David OG brought us this Glenburgie takes that place. White fruit, good peat, and subtle vanilla in the nose gives way to a subtle and elegant body. The white pear notes are surrounded by cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla all of which are wrapped in light layers of smoke and peat. Although there is heat on the finish from the cask strength. this is still a smooth and sophisticated bottle. A ridiculously good deal for a delicious spirit.

By: Andrew Whiteley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/15/2016 | Send Email
The hits just keep on coming. Another wonderful deal in the Signatory line up for this year. 21 years of goodness showing beautiful stone fruit, caramelized cereals, and a touch of wet earth and mineral. There is a lovely richness here. With the addition of a little water, the sweet cereal notes really show through, it reminds me of tasting the wort while brewing your own pale ale. All for under $100? Thank you, Sir, may I have another?

By: David Othenin-Girard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/15/2016 | Send Email
Another stunning value from one of our favorite suppliers. 21 year old single malt for under $100 is a real rarity these days add that it's a delicious single barrel bottled at cask strength and we're down right rare air here. This is a true Speysider in every respect. Subtle herb, shrubby flowers and fruit notes open with some air into aromas muscovado and candied apple. A pleasing mineral earthiness, like a fresh stream in the forest, balances the wonderful pop of fruit on the palate. The finish turns up the spice with a bit of dryness on the long lingering finish.

By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/11/2016 | Send Email
This 21 year old Glenburgie achieves exactly what its predecessor did (that 20 year old cask we bought last year): it provides high quality, no frills Scotch whisky goodness with maturity and punch for a hot price. There's nothing out of the ordinary here, just rich vanilla, oak, malted grains, stone fruits, and a nice smooth finish. Chalk up another win for no-name single malt whisky and those who trust in it.

By: Ryan Woodhouse | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/11/2016 | Send Email
Darker edged than the other Speyside bottlings in this recent flock of Signatory casks. Toasted oak, more brooding, savory, almost rancio tones although I'm told there is no sherry influence here. It's a complex whisky; burnt caramel, char, baking spice and pie crust. A good warming "winter malt".

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Alcohol Content (%): 54.8