Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2014
International Spirits Challenge
Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2013
What's in a name? Glen Moray 10 Year Old Chardonnay whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glen Moray 10 Year Old Chardonnay whiskey, rather than whisky.
Banana, melon, and butterscotch aromas. A strong delightful hit of toffee, almond, and hazelnut on the palate. Smooth and multifaceted finish. Add a tiny splash of water: straight up there's too much of an alcohol kick, but too much water dulls the flavors. A drop or two makes the flavors explode, especially if you let it sit for 5-10 minutes to open up.
28th April 2014
Very strange nose on it like noting I've ever smelt taste is better but not to impressed with this one
19th February 2014
priceworthy, quite comparable to the Glenmorangie Traditional
16th February 2014
The nose is one of a fully oaked chardonnay with the added warmth from the higher alcohol content, the mouth is full, vinous and sweet with a long warming vanilla finish. A "classic" whisky it is not, but at this price it has to be worth anyone's money, IMO.
I'm surprised we haven't seen more of these sorts of bottling's sooner, yes they won't be to everyone's taste but they have the potential to produce excellent results just as this has.
25th January 2014
Overly sweet, and very one dimensional. Worth trying for something a little different. But that's probably it.
17th January 2014
Smooth as silk, very little burn, looks nice on your shelf. Very happy with it, expression is unique and very enjoyable. Great whisky, great price.
24th October 2013
15 stars . 5 each for the other two lol . excellent a very nice dram
19th July 2013
I agree, the boquet explodes with a splash of water. very enjoyable.
19th January 2013
excellent expression...very sweet and easy to drink...even smoothier with splas of water..a bargain for the price
5th July 2012