This Glendronach 20 Year Old was distilled in the Scottish highlands in 1994 before being matured in a Pedro Ximenez puncheon and then hand-picked and bottled by the Private Barrel Company, specifically for the South African market. Only 688 bottles were produced and each of them features a classic style hand-written label. Beautiful and collectible liquid.
Glendronach 20 Year Old (Private Barrel Company, 1994)
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