Glenmorangie

Highland Scotch Whisky

Most recent reviews of 245:

Tasting notes by MaltActivist on 12th Apr 2015
SULPHUR 68/100

Tasting notes by talexander on 5th Apr 2015
Glenmo' Easter - Part II 83/100

Average rating

85

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This score was calculated from 245 reviews and 737 ratings by the community.

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  • Glenmorangie Companta - SULPHUR

    By MaltActivist on 12th Apr 20152015-04-12T13:28:00

    68

    Now let me tell you this. I first heard of sulphur in whiskies from Jim Murray a few years ago and he made such huge deal about it that I was literally looking over my shoulder to see when sulphur would… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Signet - Glenmo' Easter - Part II

    By talexander on 5th Apr 20152015-04-05T19:50:00

    83

    Glenmorangie Signet is very different from any of its stablemates; in fact, very different from any Highland malt I've ever tasted. Some of its barley is roasted chocolate malt, which apparently gives a… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Nectar D'or - Glenmo' Easter - Part I

    By talexander on 5th Apr 20152015-04-05T19:15:00

    94

    Happy Easter! I'm preparing to cook a giant feast for 13 people so I thought I'd take a little break and do a couple of Glenmorangies. What is the connection between Easter and Glenmorangie? I have no … read more

    Comments (7)

  • Glenmorangie 10 Year old - Original - Solid entry level malt

    By Pierre_W on 28th Mar 20152015-03-28T20:39:00

    80

    Glenmorangie distillery is located in Tain in the Northern Highlands and was founded in 1843 when William and John Mathesen applied for a license for a farm distillery called ‘Morangie’. Although rumor… read more

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  • Glenmorangie 18 Year old - Lifeless

    By Uisgebetha on 26th Mar 20152015-03-26T08:19:00

    83

    Amber gold coloured with a pleasant if uninspiring aroma, slightly fruity with some damson plums, lightly spiced with a touch of sandal wood about it. Well melded flavours greet the palate, very mild… read more

    Comments (1)

  • Glenmorangie Lasanta - Quick, simple sherry fix...

    By hunggar on 13th Feb 20152015-02-13T17:05:00

    82

    So this is the third incarnation of the Lasanta. Unlike the first two releases, which were finished purely in Oloroso casks, this one boasts some PX influence as well. A lot of people seem to prefer PX… read more

    Comments (0)

  • Glenmorangie 10 Year old - Original - Old Faithful

    By KMullaney on 11th Dec 20142014-12-11T16:32:00

    85

    Nose: Vanilla, honeysuckle, floral Palate: Hint of vanilla and sweets, slight malt Finish:.... This is a great bottle to just sit with and enjoy especially while other bottles are sitting on the shelf… read more

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  • Glenmorangie Sonnalta PX - Classy

    By Uisgebetha on 13th Nov 20142014-11-13T08:09:00

    95

    This tasting and review followed that of the Benraich 15 year old PX cask finish. The Sonnalta has a similar rosy hue to the Benraich in the glass, but the aroma is much lighter and cleaner with well … read more

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

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

    87

    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

    88

    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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