We are absolutely thrilled that this year’s Scottish Field Whisky Challenge saw Glenglassaugh 30 Year Old winning a Gold award in its category for the second time this year.
The Glenglassaugh 30 Year Old was the Gold category winner among whiskies priced over £80, with the most expensive in the category retailing at £2750. Tasting notes from the judges included “toffee, cognac and apple on the nose” and “a custard tart with lots of nutmeg on.”
It is the second time this year that our Highland malt Glenglassaugh 30 Year Old has been acknowledged with a top award, after winning Gold in its tasting category (Scotch Whisky – Single Malt – Highland – 30YO) in the International Wine & Spirits Competition for the third year running.
We are delighted to see our whiskies perform so well in awards such as this, judged blind by a well-respected panel of industry merchants.
You can read more about the awards and who was on the panel by following this link.
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