Glen Elgin Managers Choice

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70cl  Bottle • 61% ABV
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From the limited edition Manager’s Choice series, this Glen Elgin comes from a single cask. Acknowledged experts selected the cask by nosing, tasting, and comparing the distillery stocks to determine the most distinctive expression of a Glen Elgin. This super premium result is bottled at full cask strength.

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Ageing
A single cask
This Glen Elgin was matured in Cask Number 3678, a rejuvenated European Oak cask.
Distinction
Rare release
Only 534 bottles of the Glen Elgin were released.
Distillery
Born in the 90s
This signature dram was distilled in 1998 and bottled in 2009.

Signature Serves

Glen Elgin Cask Strength


Scents of grass precede spice, cocoa and coffee beans.


Signature Serves
A good malt for those with a penchant for Carménère based red-wines.
Glen Elgin Cask Strength

How to pour it

  1. 50ml Glen Elgin Cask Strength

Serve in a traditional whisky glass with a splash of water.
Good with sweet-savoury meats such as cassoulet, chicken satay, chicken livers, Spanish omelette, Kashmiri chicken and black pudding.
17g alcohol / 2.2 standard units

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