very Winter, the hill behind the Glengoyne Distillery becomes a beacon for migrating flocks of geese. Which is why the Glengoyne home on the Highland border is known as the Glen of the Geese Or, in Gaelic, Glen Guin.
These guests have inspired more than just the whiskey’s name. In a world that seems to spin faster ever day, Glengoyne is proud to be the slowest whisky distiller in Scotland. For every minute other whiskies spend in their stills, Glengoyne spends three. Only then is it transferred to casks themselves prepared for six years. This is the Glengoyne Way.
Like those geese, Glengoyne Highland Single Malt are guided by an unwavering clarity of purpose and the knowledge that sometimes the right way is the long way.
“Unhurried since 1833."