Highland Scotch Whisky

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Tasting notes by DutchGaelisch on 2nd Sep 2014
One of the best port-wood finishes 88/100

Tasting notes by Rantavahti on 28th Aug 2014
Just Desserts whisky? Well, no 88/100

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  • Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban - One of the best port-wood finishes

    By DutchGaelisch on 2nd Sep 20142014-09-02T15:59:00


    I bought this bottle for € 39,- after doing some research, and my enthusiasm for the Nectar d'Or bottle. Price-wise this a good qualitie bottle for a reasonable price. I've tried the Penderyn Port Wood… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Nectar D'or - Just Desserts whisky? Well, no

    By Rantavahti on 28th Aug 20142014-08-28T06:27:00


    Finally a character from Glenmorangie! Nectar D'Or is rich, fruity and vinous whisky and suits very well for me. Which isn't usually the case. Glenmorangie has usually made drams too light for my palate… read more

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  • Glenmorangie 10 Year old Original Jeroboam - Complexity as standard

    By Uisgebetha on 18th Jul 20142014-07-18T07:30:00


    Instantly recognisable these days and a wonderfully expressive malt just bursting with flavours and aromas. Nose: Zesty, fruity, hints of lavender and cinnamon stand out but there is plenty more aromas… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban - Bittersweet

    By Uisgebetha on 18th Jul 20142014-07-18T07:28:00


    There are strong flavours here but they complement each other beautifully. I was an early convert to Glenmorangie’s experiments with port finishes and the fruits of their labour are now very apparent. I… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Nectar D'or - Simply Nectar

    By Uisgebetha on 18th Jul 20142014-07-18T07:25:00


    A real treat for whisky lovers with a sweet tooth, although it could be too cloying for some. Nose: Chardonnay, candied orange zest and vanilla Taste: Rich full bodied almost syrupy with the sweetness… read more

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  • Glenmorangie 18 Year old - Exotic and balanced

    By Jules on 3rd Jun 20142014-06-03T12:07:00


    If ever there was a perfect summer scotch then this is surely it. 15 Years in ex-bourbon caks with another 3 in ex-Oloroso sherry make this a perfectly balanced dram in my opinion. It's 'big', but not… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Astar - Creamy Powerhouse

    By MaltActivist on 1st Jun 20142014-06-01T21:17:00


    The Astar is a beautiful example of a wood-driven designer whisky. It is made from 'slow growth, air seasoned, heavily toasted, lightly charred, ex-bourbon American oak barrels'. It doesn't have an age… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Companta - Comp(lexArtei)n-ta

    By vanPelt on 9th May 20142014-05-09T19:30:00


    Is it as complex as the title...? I have enjoyed most of Glenmorangie's Private Editions, and I especially looked forward to the Companta after reading early tasting notes. Since the malt did not taste… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Nectar D'or - Ambrosia In A Bottle

    By SimeonSanchez on 6th May 20142014-05-06T22:29:00


    The legs move very slowly down from the wet line and the color is a delicate reddish gold. I find the nose a little hard to take. At first, it's slightly vomitous and sickly sweet. High alcohol leads… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Lasanta - Hot Cinnamon Cocoa and Orange

    By vanPelt on 3rd May 20142014-05-03T22:47:00


    My new Lasanta bottle was different enough from last time to merit a new review. I’ve wanted to retry the Lasanta because enticing Connosr entries indicated an absence of sulfur dioxide, and because of… read more

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