Scotch By Nino Kilgore-Marchetti / April 14, 2014 A lot of experiences can happen over a quarter of a century, including the aging of fine whiskey. The Glengoyne distillery, which in February released an old single cask expression, is once again going into older stock for a 25 year bottling that was matured exclusively in European oak sherry casks. The new Glengoyne 25 Year Old is said to be presented in a new heavy bespoke bottle and outer box. The bottle features a metal stopper, crafted cartouche and branded neck tag and is displayed in an oak box interior, which includes an engraved plinth. It was bottled at 48% ABV and prices for around $420. Tasting notes for this non-chill filtered whisky, colored bright amber, are below. It joins the core collection this distillery offers, which includes 10, 12, 15, 18, 21 Year Old and Cask Strength malts. Nose: Red fruits, old leather and brown sugar Taste: Soft oak, cinnamon, stewed fruits and a Seville marmalade tang Finish: Very long, with spicy liquorice, slowly drying Shop Blackened American Whiskey co-created by METALLICA at ReserveBar! Celebrate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artists with the spirits brand co-created by 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee: Metallica. Shop Now!