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Glen Moray 16 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Moray 16 Year Old

Glen Moray 16 Bottling Note

A 16 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the wonderful Glen Moray distillery in the Speyside region, matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-Sherry casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Thick toffee, chocolate digestive and Demerara sugar. A slight hint of stewed berries comes through a little later.

Palate: Smooth, stewed apples, vanilla cream. Pecan pie, scones, dark chocolate.

Finish: Medium. Creamy, warming and nutty.

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Glen Moray 16 Year Old Reviews

Good for the pricr

A very good single malt which is tasty to the tongue rich in flavour and refreshing

8th July 2018

Easy Drinking

After having the classic and the 12 year figured this was the logical next step. Quite a step up I must say, at 16 years it loses it's youthful spirity taste and becomes incredibly smooth and delicate. Definitely lots of toffee , bit of sweet orange peel, vanilla, salted caramel, and a hint of apple preserves with a nice long pleasant finish. I would probably give it a 9 if it were botled at 43% but it's only 40% so it gets an 8. Still good enough to where you don't need to mix it with pepsi I think ;). The Sugarbear

6th June 2018

Buy it

Umami was how will think of this dram. Mushroom the dominant character on the nose with a most pleasant liquorice/fennel note to clean everything up. Love distinctive notes in my drama and this certainly passes that test.

25th February 2018

Similar to Balvenie Triple Cask 12y

The Balvenie TC has more subtle flavors but the flavors were more noticeable on the Glen Moray, Otherwise quite similar in flavor profile imo. Sherry, citrus, and very very smooth. (16 years, duh)

24th October 2017


Damn autocorrect. Melkpoeder = mellowed out

28th September 2017

Bang for Euro

This is a quite nice, easy going sweet Speysider. I suspect that this would have had tangy oak notes at a youger age, but that aspect of it has turned into a liquorice-ishness with age which is quite pleasant. The fruit notes mentioned by the MoM chaps allude me but having a slight cold might be the cause of that. No water needed at all with this one at 40% as the alcohol has well melkpoeder out in maturation. All in all: Nicely balanced and well behaved with a very agreeable but not too complex taste. Might have been better at a higher ABV, but at 33€ I will not be complaining.

28th September 2017


Best scotch whiskey I ever recall drinking

14th June 2017

A scottish dream

Bought 25 bottles for a wedding in sri Lanka, every drop was savoured with Pepsi by our guests. Thankyou david morris of glen moray,
Your learned friend Saket Bansal from chandigarh

22nd March 2016

Very enjoyable

Wife gave me a bottle for Valentines, this is an exceptionally smooth Speysider...light and sweet with just a touch of spice. Better and more interesting than Macallan 12 for the same price. I don't think this will be my last bottle of GM16.

15th February 2016

Silver medal World Whisky Awards 2015

WWA Silver Medal 2015 - Scotch Single malt 2015

11th January 2016

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