What's in a name? Glenmorangie Original in Tin (Old Bottling) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenmorangie Original in Tin (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.
People like me who could buy this as a staple for a low price a number of years ago just didn't know what we had. This was a smooth, mellow, flavorful whisky with lovely honey and floral notes and a reasonable mouth feel and finish, given its place in the market. It was a true entry level premium product. The 15 was even better.
8th February 2013