There are several distillery’s with the ‘Singleton’ moniker – Glendullan, despite its relative large size is the one which, outside of travel retail, has been largely reserved solely for the US market. Mainly utilised for blended until 2007 when the Singleton of Glendullan was created for our American cousins, the distillery is therefore not one I tend to come across outside of independent bottlers here in the UK.
A 9 year old Glendullan matured in a refill ex-bourbon hogshead. Young & Spritely profile.
Only the second outing for Glendullan this year (84.27 is still available). Matured in a refill ex-bourbon hogshead since 2009. Sweet & Spicy profile.
Simple things – a Glendullan drawn from a refill ex-bourbon hogshead after 9 years of maturation.
Glendullan - 10 years of age and from a refill ex-bourbon hogshead. Simples. View on SMWS
Today’s post will be our 6th Glendullan review on The Dramble. That’s really not a lot when you consider that over the years, we’ve racked up 51 varied Bunnas, 34 efforts from Tobermory and 29 releases from Arran – though tackling 13 assorted wine casks in one sitting will always bump up the numbers. Glendullan doesn’t tend to cross my desk very often. And looking on Whiskybase I can see why – just 308 listed bottles. That’s a tiny number for a distillery founded all the way back in 1897.