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Glenmorangie Lasanta

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@WhiskyNotesReview by @WhiskyNotes

3rd May 2010


Glenmorangie Lasanta
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Nose: sweet like a dessert wine, with lots of honey and caramel. Quite elegant hints of crème brûlée and cinnamon. Some milk chocolate. Not as lush and vibrant as its sibling Glenmorangie Sonnalta PX, but they’re definitely members of the same family.

Mouth: medium-bodied, warm and honeyed. Starting on raisins and toffee but growing darker with burnt sugar and walnut aromas. There’s a gingery aftertaste that’s a bit out of key for me.

Finish: quite long with hints of ginger, dried oranges and cocoa.

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jdcook commented

One I haven't tried, but sounds fun!

13 years ago 0

WhiskyNotes commented

Yes it's nice, but it has been outperformed by its own brother, the Sonnalta PX. Both have this sherry richness, but Sonnalta (coming from the richest sherry - Pedro Ximenez) is more complex, juicy and extremely balanced.

13 years ago 0

terji commented

Sweet, smooth, honey, chocolate and something else sweet. Perhaps orange. A really nice one from Glenmorangie.

13 years ago 0

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