(Great Value,Tried & True Award)- Orange hue is tinged with ruby coloring. Bouquet is toasty, fruity, ripe, grapy, porty, malty, luscious. Taste profile features the sensuous interplay of the malt with the ruby port and all the dividends that pays. Aftertaste is toasty, biscuity, semisweet.
Glenmorangie does it again AAAAAA
A wonderful Glenmorangie expression and at a great price. Bottling this at 46% makes a huge difference! One of my favorites!
great value! probably my favorite "go to" scotch. always a bottle handy!
Really a great value. Wonderful sweet start to this.
Aroma: Dark mint chocolate, tangerines and Seville oranges mingle with sandalwood and walnut before giving way to a spicy finish of pepper and nutmeg.Taste: Mint chocolate and walnuts envelop the palate like velvet, laying the foundations for rose, Turkish delight and sweet Seville oranges.Finish: Long lasting silky aftertaste leaving dark chocolate mints and traces of orange.
In 1999 Dr Bill Lumsden, Glenmorangie’s head of whisky creation, acquired the keys to a limited quantity of Sauternes barriques from the fabled vineyards of Chateau d’Yquem. This gave him an idea; what would happen if the exquisite 18-year-old vintage he had been patiently maturing were to be transferred into these famous barriques? The result of these 10 years of extra maturation is just 1,000 bottles of the oldest and very finest Glenmorangie vintage whisky.
To complement the collaboration between Glenmorangie and Chateau d’Yquem, a partnership between the traditions of whisky creation and viniculture, two renowned designers have been commissioned to encapsulate this story in an object of rare beauty. They are Laurence Brabant and Wouter Scheublin, and they have come together to create a wooden coffret that glides open to reveal a sensual crystal vessel