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Founded in 1833 as Burnfoot distillery at Dumgoyne in the Highlands region of Scotland, this small farm distillery changed its name to Glen Guin and eventually into Glengoyne in 1905. 

Known for its long fermentation process and slow distillation in its three stills (one wash, two spirit) Gelngoyne new make gets maximum copper contact (due to gentle heating along with the boil bulbs in the stills) and sufficient reflux resulting in a gentle, sweet, and fruity distillate. Traditionally matured in ex-Sherry Butts during Edrington's ownership, this maturation style continues to be the hallmark of the distillery under its new owners Ian MacLeod since 2003.