What's in a name? Glenmorangie 10 Year Old (Old Bottling) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenmorangie 10 Year Old (Old Bottling) whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Very fruity and thick. Rich notes of lemon, nectarine and apple. Spices.
Palate: Fresh and balanced, vanilla. Boiled sweets, very creamy, tiramisu, toffee.
Finish: Quite long, gentle, malty and very fruity.
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– The Chaps from Master of Malt
11th March 2013
I have been left a bottle as above but in a yellow box with tasting glasses and would like to know if its rare or ow much to sell it for?
9th March 2013
Rating is 10
6th July 2012
I am very lucky to still have one case at home unopen
There are still a few bottles hanging around in small shops. In a head to head comparison, this obliterates the current Glenmorangie "Original". Along with the much loved Longmorn 15, this represents a generation of whisky that was reasonably priced with relatively minimal packaging but offering very fine quality. Don't buy the new stuff, including the Artein, until you have exhausted your supply of this.
29th May 2012
I have a 1 litre bottle of this malt which i bought around 1992 and it comes with a free crystal tasting glass, still boxed and unopened.
27th December 2011