Glencoe means long and narrow valley or river valley in Gaelic and is also a place name “Gleann Comhann”. On the morning of February 13, 1692, King William ordered the slaughter of Clan MacDonald, one of the leading highland clans.
Ben Nevis distillery is located not far from the battlefield, and in the late 1960s Rory McDonald, a direct descendant of the distillery’s founder, created “Gleann Comhann” that captures that grandeur of history.
Light sherry and rich fruity aromas combine to create a wonderful fragrance. On the palate, deep but lively sherry notes continue, combined with rich tones of caramel sweetness.