Review #1054 – Glenlossie 24yr Signatory Vintage 1992, Bounty Hunter Selection

Review #1054 | Scotch Review #361 – Glenlossie 24yr Signatory Vintage 1992, Bounty Hunter Selection

The Schtick: This is an independent bottling of spirit distilled at Glenlossie, bottled by Signatory Vintage for their Cask Strength Collection. It was selected by Bounty Hunter in Napa, California. It was bottled at cask strength without coloring or filtration.


Distiller: Glenlossie

Bottler: Signatory Vintage

ABV: 55.1% ABV

Age: 24 Years

Distilled: 11/18/1992

Bottled: 5/17/2017

Maturation: Hogshead

Cask Number: #3462

Bottle Number: 123/220


Nose: Sweet cake batter. Fresh baked bread. Rich honey and toffee. Light melon, starfruit, faint salt character. Almost smells like a briny melon gose. With sweet cake undertones. Really intriguing

Taste: Medium mouth feel. Sweet cream, vibrant pepper. Light heat, grows a little with time. Earthy, minerality, salt and caramel. Pepper, clove, faint ash. More cake batter. Intrigue continues.

Finish: Long, rich and sweet. More earth and minerality, but no ash. Melon, lemon, earthy tobacco. Crisp and effervescent fruitiness with solid sweetness. Surprising oak body on the finish.

Overall: This is one of the most intersting drams I’ve had in a long time. I can’t think of many things, if anything, I’ve had like it in recent memory. Really savory and delicious.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 7


WEBSITE | SEARCHABLE ARCHIVE | SUBREDDIT


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.