Glenallachie 7 Year Old

Warehouse Collection Glenallachie 7 Year Old

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66.3% ABV. / 700ml

Single Malt Scotch Whisky

A. D. Rattray Warehouse Collection

  • Distilled at Glenallachie
  • 7 year old
  • Matured in Sherry
  • Cask strength
  • Un-chill filtered
  • Natural colour

Flavour Notes: Bramble & Gunpowder

*Images are for illustration only and do not always accurately reflect the colour of the whisky. 

Free UK Standard Delivery on all orders - Orders are dispatched Monday to Thursday. Orders can take up to 2 working days to dispatch then 3 working days for delivery.

Click & Collect - Orders can be collected from our shop in Kirkoswald, Monday - Thursday from 10am to 4pm. Your order will usually be ready within 24 - 48hrs (excluding weekends) but please wait until we confirm your order is ready before visiting.

EU Delivery - we are not currently able to send to Europe.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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David Davies
Sherry Bomb

Under the radar but as good as any (more expensive) official NAS cask strength bottlings from the likes of aberlour or glengoyne. On first taste, but my word, it’s strong! It needs water (get it to 50% ish) and give it a good 15 minutes in the glass and it’s a fantastic orange marmalade Christmas cake brandy like whisky. Great stuff.

Dear David,

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our Glenallachie 7YO. It certainly does pack a punch but as you've found, water and time really bring out those delicious flavours. Enjoy!

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Richard Houghton
Love this.

Cracking Cask Malt like GlenAllachie very much as a 12 Year old 46% this good step up to a cask of this amazingly good Malt Marque. Prefer GlenAllachie to the 'Neighbours' any day £ for £ better malt for less money in either expression.
A must in my cupboard is this.

Dear Richard,

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our Glenallachie. I'm delighted it has become a favourite of yours.

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William Larkham
Excellent service.

GlenAllachie recommended to try this Spey malt by good friend, he's not wrong Awesome Malt.

Really nailed this.

Dear William,

Thank you so much for taking the time to post this review of our Glenallachie. I'm really pleased to hear you are enjoying it! And thank you to your friend for his recommendation.

C
Claire Pettet
Glenallachie 7 Year Old

I bought this for my husband. He loves it and highly recommends it.
Fantastic whisky from a fantastic company.

Dear Claire,

Thank you so much for taking the time to post this review of our Glenallachie 7 Year Old. I'm really pleased to hear your husband is enjoying it and thank you for your kind words.

S
Sam
Spiced bramble and gunpowder? Indeed

On the nose: charred wood on the front, along with malted barley, burnt sugar, cracked pepper and a hint of light green fruits.

On the palate: more charred wood, recently put-out campfire, malted barley sweetness, apple, fig, pear.

On the finish: some more charred wood, but lighter. Hints of malted barley, a slightly bitter note.

Overall, it is a pleasant and interesting bottle. It doesn’t feel balanced, it certainly is on the spicy charred oaky side, but adding a dash of water opens the sweet fruit notes up a little more. Nonetheless, for £45 it’s a good bottle for if you want something a bit adventurous.

Dear Sam,

Thank you for taking the time to review our Warehouse Collection Glenallachie. It is a very interesting and unusual whisky so we are glad you enjoyed the adventure it offers.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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David Davies
Sherry Bomb

Under the radar but as good as any (more expensive) official NAS cask strength bottlings from the likes of aberlour or glengoyne. On first taste, but my word, it’s strong! It needs water (get it to 50% ish) and give it a good 15 minutes in the glass and it’s a fantastic orange marmalade Christmas cake brandy like whisky. Great stuff.

Dear David,

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our Glenallachie 7YO. It certainly does pack a punch but as you've found, water and time really bring out those delicious flavours. Enjoy!

R
Richard Houghton
Love this.

Cracking Cask Malt like GlenAllachie very much as a 12 Year old 46% this good step up to a cask of this amazingly good Malt Marque. Prefer GlenAllachie to the 'Neighbours' any day £ for £ better malt for less money in either expression.
A must in my cupboard is this.

Dear Richard,

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our Glenallachie. I'm delighted it has become a favourite of yours.

W
William Larkham
Excellent service.

GlenAllachie recommended to try this Spey malt by good friend, he's not wrong Awesome Malt.

Really nailed this.

Dear William,

Thank you so much for taking the time to post this review of our Glenallachie. I'm really pleased to hear you are enjoying it! And thank you to your friend for his recommendation.

C
Claire Pettet
Glenallachie 7 Year Old

I bought this for my husband. He loves it and highly recommends it.
Fantastic whisky from a fantastic company.

Dear Claire,

Thank you so much for taking the time to post this review of our Glenallachie 7 Year Old. I'm really pleased to hear your husband is enjoying it and thank you for your kind words.

S
Sam
Spiced bramble and gunpowder? Indeed

On the nose: charred wood on the front, along with malted barley, burnt sugar, cracked pepper and a hint of light green fruits.

On the palate: more charred wood, recently put-out campfire, malted barley sweetness, apple, fig, pear.

On the finish: some more charred wood, but lighter. Hints of malted barley, a slightly bitter note.

Overall, it is a pleasant and interesting bottle. It doesn’t feel balanced, it certainly is on the spicy charred oaky side, but adding a dash of water opens the sweet fruit notes up a little more. Nonetheless, for £45 it’s a good bottle for if you want something a bit adventurous.

Dear Sam,

Thank you for taking the time to review our Warehouse Collection Glenallachie. It is a very interesting and unusual whisky so we are glad you enjoyed the adventure it offers.