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If you're scared of peat and want a Single Malt to sip neat that comes reasonably priced, this is the one for you! At $50 it is worth the investment over the standard Glenmorangie offering, but if you don't have to have a Scotch, look to Jameson's Black Barrel for a better priced replacement.
Nose: fairly complex fruits that come through somewhat muted and unfortunately rather indistinct.
Taste: Very smooth and mellow. A very slight peatiness that compliments the flavors of dried fruits and port quite well.