Glengoyne 17 year old

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Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Full gold with an orangish tinge
Nose:Warm, dry, malty, fruity, cedar, and fresh oak
Body:Medium, smooth and very firm
Palate:Deep rich flavors, malty, clean fruitness, cedar and more oak
Finish:Long and allusively sherrish
First Tasted:February 2004
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