First published at Words on Whisky.
I was privileged a few weeks ago to attend the launch of Pride 1981, the new glittering gem in the Glenmorangie crown. I say privileged because at R30 000 per bottle,… read more
The 18 year old has may of the usual characteristics of Glenmorangie.
The usual honey, dried fruit, but smoother and more well rounded,
Sit back and enjoy a quiet moment with nice afternoon freshly … read more
This was the first single malt I had ever tasted (although I didn't comprehend what I was tasting, so my first 'offical' single was Talisker).
Sweet smooth and light, this expression leaves you with a… read more
Sometimes the flash presentation boxes are used to make up with lack of talent, the traditional expression does need the hype. This is much richer than Glenmorangies usual output. Where Glenmorangie is… read more
Unexpectedly light considering this is the port finish, the dried fruit and spice are very subtle,
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