Lista de produtos da marca Glengoyne
In 1833, the local farmer, George Connell was granted the license to legally produce whisky in the area. He founded the Burnfoot Distillery, which became Glenguin Distillery in 1861, then, in 1906, became Glengoyne.
The water is unpeated and the malt used is similarly devoid of peat.
Glengoyne enjoys the slowest rate of distillation in Scotland giving Glengoyne its characteristically sweet, smooth taste.
Is then matured in oak casks from Spain, which have previously contained Sherry.