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Glen Moray Elgin Classic

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Moray Elgin Classic

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Glen Moray Elgin Classic Bottling Note

This "Classic" expression is the entry level bottling from the Glen Moray distillery.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Light, fresh. Grist. Nutty, floral. Dried grass. Slightly fruity.

Palate: Oak, gentle. Well balanced, walnut, grist. Citrus, lemon sponge.

Finish: Tangy citrus, spicy fruitcake.

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Glen Moray Elgin Classic Reviews

A Pleasant, Easy-Drinking "Apertif" Scotch

One of the cheapest bottles of single-malt I've found locally ($24). That said, I find nothing objectionable about it for an entry-level Speyside scotch. Light, fresh, a bit floral on the nose; someone mentioned "bubble-gum" and it does remind me of a freshly-opened pack of Bazooka Joe. Not a lot happening other than a brief, malty sweetness on the arrival, although it's not quite as thin in mouthfeel as some claim. Develops some oakiness and a tiny amount of ethanol mid-palate, then finishes with a slightly dry, lingering bitterness that, to my Islay-schooled tongue, is entirely agreeable. I don't think it could handle water or ice without fading into blandness. I'm going to offer it as a preprandial dram to dinner guests.

26th February 2021

Easy drinking, classic Speyside.

If you're looking for a single malt as an everyday treat you really can't go wrong with Glen Moray. Something to have in a tumbler by the fire or on the sofa watching telly. Grand stuff.

24th February 2021

As my sainted father used to say, a good whisky is one that tastes good. Glen Moray is a fine gentle we Speyside and I like it.

I like it.
As my sainted father used to say, a good whisky is one that tastes good. I have more than 40 single malts, all of which I love. Each has it's special characteristics and lovely pleasures of taste and scent, spirit and calling. This is not my Islay or Highland, but a fine wee whiskey from Speyside. Don't be fooled by the critics or the price. I take a dram or two daily for my health and pleasure, and for a smooth before dinner or when Laphroaig is not just right it's one I am pleased to have found and enjoy. I encourage all to try it as part of their collection. By this man, it is not Macallan or Balvenie, nor should it be, but I like it. You may as well, Slàinte mhòr!
"Cuimhnich air na daoine on tàinig thu agus a bhith taingeil"
“Remember those from whom you are descended and be grateful.”
-- From the book of Crìsdean.

19th February 2021

Excellent Dram

£20 a bottle, You can't go wrong.

Buy it, enjoy it.

19th February 2021

Fruity and Summery

It’s not that full or intense, but it has it’s own nice fruity character. Lighter and more summery than, say, Glenlivet 18.

18th December 2020

Very good

Butterscotch essence
Full balanced I drink mine with soda
Over ice
Top shelf is an opinion but this is keeper

13th December 2020

Try it

A great, smooth drinking whisky, always reliable

25th November 2020

Value for money

Good 1st taste, has aromas with an added depth of bite, it doesn't taste an expensive scotch, but is well above an ordinary scotch.

21st November 2020


The worst whisky I have ever tasted. It is like a very bad Grappa, I will never buy this again.

7th October 2020

Best value on the market today period.

I am giving this whisky 5 stars not because it's the best I've ever had but because it is priced essentially the same as most blends. This is a proper single malt, distilled at one of the most hands on distilleries in Scotland and casked extremely well. If this bottle said another name on it this whisky would be 2-3x the price. This is a favourite of locals around Speyside and Inverness, that should be enough to convince one to buy.

27th September 2020

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