Glen Keith 21 Year Old

Delicate, Juicy, Oak, Vanilla
The Glen Keith 21 Years is a single malt Scotch whisky that is matured exclusively in oak casks. It is produced by the Glen Keith Distillery, which has been located in the Speyside region of Scotland since 1957.
The single malt, which has been matured for more than two decades, comes in the typical packaging style of the distillery.
Glen Keith 21 Year Old
Glen Keith 21 Year Old (Preview Image Source: The Whisky Exchange)
Single Malt Whisky | 21 Year Old | 43,00 % ABV. | 240,00 €/l | Glen Keith Distillery | produced in Scotland (Speyside) | Whiskybase ID 129239


On opening the bottle, the aroma of Glen Keith 21 Years is intense and fruity, with strong notes of peach and apricot. The whisky has a velvety smooth smell with sweet vanillin and marzipan notes. There is also a slight oak note that adds depth and complexity to the aroma.


On the palate, the Scotch has a rich and creamy mouthfeel. The predominant flavour is marzipan, with hints of green apple and other light fruit notes. There is also a slight toffee flavour as well as a honey sweetness.


The finish is long and sweet, with a strong presence of oak. The oak flavours add depth and complexity to the whisky and balance the sweetness and fruitiness of the other flavours.


Overall, Glen Keith 21 is a balanced and smooth whisky. It is strong in intensity but not necessarily in complexity. The flavours are perfectly round and smooth without any sharp alcohol notes. This whisky works the Speysider profile very well and is a good choice for those who like fruity, sweet and oaky flavours in their whisky.

Rating: 84/100 - Excellent (Marcel: 86 | Sascha: 81)

Value for Money: 3/5 - Acceptable

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