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Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch

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Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch

Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch

$95.00 $110.00 saving $15.00
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TWO FEATURES FROM THIS CLASSIC SINGLE MALT SCOTCH PRODUCER:

15 Year Old "The Cadboll Estate" is the first single estate whisky created at the Distillery’s home from grain to glass.  For this limited edition, the whisky’s barley was grown only in the fields of the Cadboll Estate which surround our Distillery, for a spirit of unique creaminess.  Aged for 15 years and matured exclusively in first-fill American oak bourbon barrels, this single malt brings an intense oak depth and a rounded smoothness.

WHAT'S IT LIKE IN THE GLASS? "Intense and crunchy, with lots of oak, peanut brittle, malty or biscuity notes, and hints of crème brûlée. After a while, some orange oil and lemon zest. Ripe pear emerges, along with a subtle hint of menthol. A splash of water opens the floral nature of the whisky with hints of jasmine, rose and honeycomb.  A voluptuous, creamy texture leads into an explosion, of soft, rich, sweet flavours: heather honey, butter candy, white chocolate, pears, apricots and mandarin segments, along with a balancing eucalyptus or menthol note.  The flavour lingers for a long time, with more sweet mandarin orange, gentle toasty oak and vanilla."

 

The 18 Years Old "Extremely Rare" is a single malt Scotch whisky of serious distinction. Once it has spent fifteen years maturing in American white oak casks approximately 30% is transferred into Spanish Oloroso casks to spend a further three years maturing. Then, when both elements have reached 18 years, we blend them back together to create a whisky with a rich bouquet and full, rounded flavour. For a whisky of this age this expression has maintained, thanks to our delicate floral spirit and fine Oloroso casks, an incredible degree of vibrancy where the raisiny sweetness of the sherry has been toned down by the nuttiness of the American oak.

WHAT'S IT LIKE IN THE GLASS? "Aroma: Rich, rounded and sweet with dried fruits and a complex floral fragrance.  Taste: The taste is balanced between honey, malt and flowery scents. Dates and figs emerge in the background with a hint of wood smoke.  Finish: The finish is long and enticing with the sweetness of dried fruit and subtle dryness of Oloroso nuttiness."