the ground.’A supervisor and a whisky to look out for.TASTING NOTES Glen Garioch 8-year-old Some turfy/peaty notes, with bonfires and a bint of sherry.
Smoky, roastedflavour with a lick of ginger on the finish.Glen Garioch 15-year-old Pungent, intense mix of fresh ginger, material conditioner and leather car upholstery.
In 1995 it looked most likely to have one less when Morrison Bowmore (MBD) mothballed Glen Garioch, in the little town of Oldmeldrum. Much to everybody’s surprise they resumed it two years later on – in time for its 200th birthday – and offered Fraser Hughes his very first supervisory job.Fraser is overseeing an extreme shift in Gier. Garioch’s style.’Not numerous individuals get the chance to be in charge and be in at the start of such a substantial transformation,’ says Fraser. I don’t believe all that computerisation is whisky making,’says Fraser.
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