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Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish
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Glen Moray Port Finish Bottling Note

A 2014 addition to Glen Moray's selection of Speyside single malt Scotch whiskies, their Classic Port Cask Finish is treated to an 8 month finishing period in Tawny Port casks before being bottled.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Creamy vanilla at the fore, joined by jammy redcurrants and blackberry. Toasted oak touches in the background.

Palate: Butterscotch candies, golden barley and a touch of cinnamon. The port cask influence comes through with light notes of raisins and freshly picked red berries.

Finish: Rather long, with honey, vanilla and a dusting of cocoa.

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Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish Reviews

Great bang for the buck.

Yes, it's NAS and probably young, but I'll forgive that easily, considering it's an excellent dessert whisky. Very sweet. Vanilla and even slight fruity and chocolat-y notes on the nose. Caramel, cinnamon, vanilla, lemon and spices on the palate. Excellent for such a low-price NAS.

10th February 2018

So there

To get all of the flavours and negative responses , what is it you eat and drink?
I found it pleasant

21st October 2017

Great starting point to any flight.

18th May 2017

Hmm

Vanilla custard on the nose along with a chemical-candy-flavouring-blueberry and apricot yogurt smell. I don't really like that.
Tastes better than it smells. It has flavors that I wouldn't associate with a simple single malt whisky, but also not with port or sherry cask finishes.
Finishes sweet, whiff of oak perhaps. Not too long.

You know it's a cheap bottle, especially for a port cask finish. But i wouldn't buy again personally.

29th November 2016

Decent for a probably young NAS

This whiskey is Non Age Statement (NAS), meaning it is probably matured a number of years that won't be a selling point on the label. Having said that, the fruity notes and subtle winy aftertaste are present and distinct, but negatively influenced by the harsh alcoholic feeling due to its young age.

My bottle was recently opened, and I'm sure it will mellow out in the coming weeks, making this young but unique dram more pleasant as it goes.

18th July 2016

More than you would expect

Probably the cheapest single malt with a port finish that can be found.

Color: Lovely light pinkish (in the glass).
Nose: Very light and fresh, red fruits, sweet and sour, way more pleasant than you would expect in such a young whisky.
Taste: Everything you would expect from the nose, fresh sour and sweet red fruits (raspberry and maybe some hints of strawberry) and goes down fairly smoothly, the finish is medium long. The Port influence is a bit superficial but presents enough to make a difference.

This whisky, in my opinion, gives more than you would expect. However, I'm not familiar with the Classic bottling of Glen Moray so a good comparison between the 2 can not be made.

All in all, great value for your money. Great for drinking around a bonfire or in the summer.

25th May 2016

AW

It's okay, but for me without any particular taste that I would identify with port wine and otherwise a tad too harsh on my tongue. In short, it's a reasonably good ordinary Speyside Scotch Whisky.

27th April 2016

John

Front comes with butterscotch and apples and finds blackberries and cinnamon nice even spice with the smooth heat. It is a come back to steady friend. Absolutely worth the price.

13th December 2015

Nice

Nice and rich and well worth it's price. One of the better Moray's for me.

10th January 2015

Not for me

It's feels a bit rough around the edges. I bought it on the back of their Chardonnay cask finish which I think is something different and pretty tasty to boot. This one feels a bit harsh on the palate, a little to young perhaps, it almost feels a bit rushed.

8th November 2014

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