Tag: Glencadam

Glencadam 25 (46%, OB 2020)

The Glencadam 25 year-old was a limited release of 1600 bottles, presented in a sturdy wooden box. It will set you back a lot more than any other official Glencadam, and is still available at The Whisky Exchange at the time of writing. Like most Glencadams, it was matured exclusively in ex-bourbon casks, so we … Continue reading Glencadam 25 (46%, OB 2020)

Glencadam Reserva Andalucia (46%, OB 2020)

As the name suggests, the Reserva Andalucia is a rare foray into sherry cask maturation from Glencadam. There's no age statement, but like almost all Glencadams it's bottled without chill-filtration or additional colouring. I'm not 100% sure wherher it's a marriage of fully Oloroso matured and Oloroso finished malt, or whether it's all a finish … Continue reading Glencadam Reserva Andalucia (46%, OB 2020)

Glencadam 15 (46%, OB 2020)

The 15 year-old Glencadam has been around for a while now - almost a decade in fact, apart from a brief period of stock shortages that coincided with Ralfy naming it his whisky of the year. As usual for Glencadam, it's bottled at 46% and without chill-filtration or added colouring. It's matured in a combination … Continue reading Glencadam 15 (46%, OB 2020)

In Brief: Glencadam 15 (46%, OB 2020)

Keep an eye on Glencadam. In my opinion, it's one of the most underrated distilleries nowadays. This 15 year-old is an excellent soft and fruity malt, full of barley sugar sweetness and fruit (citrus zest, sweet apples). Highly recommended - very similar to the 10 year-old but with an extra layer of depth. I suspect … Continue reading In Brief: Glencadam 15 (46%, OB 2020)