Glen Moray Peated - Elgin Classic Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
Product details
Glen Moray Peated - Elgin Classic
Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glen Moray
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glen Moray Peated Classic

A peaty expression joins Glen Moray's Classic range! Reasonably laid-back for a peated expression, but by no means lazy, this Speyside single malt Scotch whisky balances peaty whiffs with plenty of vanilla, and some fragrant elements as some of the distillery's usual character makes its way through. One for those newer to peaty whisky, as well as peat fans, and great value.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Familiar peat smoke off the bat, with characteristic butteriness developing.

Palate Smoke never gets too intense, but plays a central role alongside vanilla and orchard fruit.

Finish A little bit peppery, though still enjoyably sweet.

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Silver
Silver
Distillers Single Malts - Speyside - No Age - 2018
International Spirits Challenge
Silver
Silver
Single Malt Scotch - No Age Statement - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Silver
Silver
Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

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Reviews for Glen Moray Peated - Elgin Classic
As good as any other peated.
Have been a fan of Glen Moray and have a few different from the distillery and liked them enormously for a long time and this peated version is all you would want in a whisky I have a few Islay whiskies and whilst not as powerful as say Lagavulin if you just want a very unpretentious tasty glass or wanting to taste what a decent wee drop of peated is like I can and would recommend this to anyone
Andy P 5 , United Kingdom
8 months ago
Delicious Dram
A very nice dram, similar to an Islay Malt but not quite as peaty.
You won't be disappointed
Barry , United Kingdom
one year ago
Nice. No... it's actually very nice.
Excellent Highland peated Whisky.
An absolute bargain, although it's not as complex as the Ardmore Legacy, it hits the spot with nothing more than an ice cube. Nice to see another peated whisky from the Highlands. After all, all whisky used to be peated, back in the day.
Cailean M , United Kingdom
one year ago
Buy 2
For that price it's worth every penny . Great Dram .Buy 2 .
See , United Kingdom
one year ago
Great value, big in peat
C.: Bright golden
N.: Light and fresh in the beginning, citrus notes, late sandalwood incense and chemicals (floor maintenance). A hint of white pepper and tobacco ash, too.
P.: A surprisingly robust and solid entrance for 40%, nifty peat, brown sugar and bitter lemon, burnt wooden embers.
F.: Long and moreish, like having smoked a good cigar.
Conc.: Solid and simple as a good peated Highlands malt should be. Can't really compete with Islay drams (not as complex), but, hey, I think it doesn't want to.
Johannes S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Very solid Highland peat, great value
C.: Bright golden
N.: Light and fresh in the beginning, lemon peel, citrus, some chemicals, floor maintenance, sandalwood incense and cigar ash.
P.: Strong and convincing entrance, lets you guess for more than 40%, later a subtle sweetness (brown sugar), bitter lemon
F.: Rather long, peaty and bitter wooden. Like having smoked a good cigar.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Fantastic :)
Great treat if your after a peated whiskey, I didn't expect it to be so peated. Almost Laphroaig/Ardbeg level. Great stuff :)
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Very good value for money.
Received as a gift. Was not impress with its colour and bottle design. When I opened it. Super Surprise. It has a good nose. 1st sip -
Slightly smokey, good variety of notes. (Too) Sweet aftertaste. About 60% smoothness. Very nice. Suits my taste very well.
When I found out the actual price. It’s really very good value for money. Ordered 3 more bottles.
Whisky d , Singapore
2 years ago
Pleasant aroma and taste
Nice single malt and a real bargain at the price. Good choice for those looking to try varieties of Scotland's whisky. This is NOT for the water it down and mix with cola crowd!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Garbage.
Tastes like Dettol. Undrinkable. Would pour it down the drain but I’m concerned about the environment, will maybe use it in the summer (if we get one )to fire the bbq logs up. Foul tasting hooch.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago