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Glenmorangie Signet

Tiramisu delight

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@tjbReview by @tjb

25th Apr 2014


Glenmorangie Signet
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I am not going to write the history of Signet as many others have done so already and there isn't much left to say about the high roast chocolate malt. With that in mind lets crack on.

The colour is a dark amber and the nose is wonderful.

It's creamy, waves of sweet sherry, sticky dark fruits – plums, sultanas, Orange zest, dry spices, oak and tiramisu.

The mouth feel is silky smooth, creamy and is rich and sweet. Chocolate, coffee, orange, vanilla. Wonderfully balanced and well put together.

The finish is wonderful leaving a chocolate after taste overlaying spiced fruits and sherry. Medium long and it leaves you wanting more, much more.

A cracking dram. Definitely worth buying a bottle if you can find one reasonably priced.

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hunggar commented

A very nice, concise review. This one has been on the wishlist for a while, but I haven't pulled the trigger yet. One of these days...

10 years ago 0

tjb commented

@hunggar Thanks. Generally I write the reviews for myself as a way of reminding me what I thought of a particular bottle. Sometimes I like the back story or interesting fact about the distillery, Whisky, bottling, region, etc so expand on the topic if it tickles my fancy.

The cheapest you can pick this up in the UK is £99.00 so it's a well researched purchase. It is different from a lot of other Whiskies (in a good way).

10 years ago 0

Gold commented

I agree! My review much the same as this. Worth it!

10 years ago 0

tjb commented

Revisiting this it's still as good today as it was 6 months ago. Nothing to add notes wise but damn its drinkable.

9 years ago 0