10 Y.O. Glengoyne Single Malt Whisky & Ardtaraig Smoked Fish Gift Boxes
Our luxury gift boxes are one of our most popular products and never fail to impress. All of our boxes offer fantastic value for money and a beautiful variety of our Scottish fish produce.
Your bottle of Whisky will be paired with one of the following options:
- Ardtaraig Traditional Smoked Scottish Salmon 200g
- Ardtaraig Premium Organic Smoked Salmon 200g
- Ardtaraig Scottish cured Gravadlax 200g
- Ardtaraig Smoked Scottish Rainbow Trout 200g
- Ardtaraig Beetroot Infused Gravadlax 200g
- Mixed Smokery option (Traditional Smoked Salmon, Scottish Gravadlax & Smoked Rainbow Trout)
We then carefully pack your chosen items into our beautiful blue gift box and outer with your own personal message in a gift card.
Glengoyne 10 Year Old
Glengoyne Distillery is a whisky distillery continuously in operation since its founding in 1833 at Dumgoyne, north of Glasgow,
Scotland. Glengoyne is unique in producing Highland single malt whisky matured in the Lowlands. Located upon the Highland
Line, the division between the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland, Glengoyne’s stills are in the Highlands while maturing casks
of whisky rest across the road in the Lowlands. Unlike many malt whisky distilleries, Glengoyne does not use peat smoke to dry
their barley, but instead uses warm air. The nose is slightly herbal with a big bourbon influence. The palate is rich in barley, with
again more bourbon influences. Very clean and dry. The finish is long and rich in barley, with a touch of hoi sin left at the back of
Founded in 1833 originally as Burnfoot distillery, it was later changed to Glen Guin and then eventually Glengoyne – “the valley of
the wild geese”. Located a dozen or so miles north of Glasgow, Glengoyne is unique in that the distillery itself is located in the
Highland region, while the warehouses, across the A81, are technically in the Lowlands.
Moreover, Glengoyne is equiped with one wash still and two spirit stils (they usually come in pairs) with owners Ian Macleod
Distillers proudly declaring that these are 'the slowest stills in Scotland'.