GlenDronach Releases Grandeur Batch 10
The GlenDronach distillery has released Grandeur Batch 10, a 27 year old bottling that marries some of the distilleries oldest Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry casks. Grandeur Batch 10 is bottled at 50.1% ABV and limited to 2,293 bottles, each individually numbered by hand.
The GlenDronach Master Blender Rachel Barrie said:
“Quietly maturing for over 27 years in the darkness of our dunnage warehouses, The GlenDronach Grandeur Batch 10 is a symphony of depth and mellow maturity, reminiscent of times gone by. With layers of damson plum, black walnut and truffle on a bed of antique leather and old-fashioned treacle gingerbread, Batch 10 celebrates the robust, full-bodied style of The GlenDronach Distillery.
Founded in 1826, The GlenDronach Distillery was one of the very first licensed distilleries. Although times have moved on, The GlenDronach distillery remains largely unchanged, its spirit maturing slowly and steadily in sherry casks in old traditional dunnage warehouses. Batch 10 encapsulates this character through the centuries, lasting long into the richly satisfying treacle and truffle finish.”
The GlenDronach Grandeur Batch 10 is available now and carries a suggested price of £449 (global markets may vary).
Photo credit: GlenDronach.