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Glen Moray Elgin Classic

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Moray Elgin Classic

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Glen Moray Elgin Classic Bottling Note

The central, and entry level release in the Elgin Classic range from Glen Moray distillery. Very easy to drink, this stuff offers up hints of soft citrus and barley.

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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 decent single malt

Discernible Chardonnay nose. Light, delicately sweet but not too much. I get a subtle taste of Malted Milk biscuits and slight nuttiness with gentle grass/ hay. I like it!

7th January 2023

Light, friendly, smooth, delicate Speyside

Solid dram. Easy sipper, not complex, not rich or sophisticated but nice flavor and a balance of fruit, grain, spice, delicate whiskey. Won't knock your socks off, but it offers more than the run of the mill ex-bourbon cask speyside. Recommend for a beginner getting into scotch or an Irish whiskey drinker (like me) exploring Speyside scotch.

6th January 2023

Easy drinking and good flavour

It’s a cool little whisky I love all the Islay whiskies. Personally but glen moray is good if you want more than one glass a session whisky maybe

29th September 2022

meh-plus

nice but pretty cerealy, and not a lot of depth

8th February 2022

Good for the price dram

I always have a bottle of Glen Moray hanging around. It has a slightly bitter note, like the pith of a lemon. Sometimes I’m not in the mood for that taste. I also think it has picked up the charred flavour of the staves, which almost gives it a very subtle smoky quality, which I enjoy. Good for the price dram.

14th November 2021

Very enjoyable, ignore the snobs

Saw this in local supermarket for £20. A single malt for £20?! What's wrong with it- nothing, it's- really, really nice! With a drop of plain water-literally, just a drop- the notes on the box come alive "Malty Toffee with blackcurrants and citrus lemongrass tang finish and ginger marmalade finish". Relaxed by the fire, and enjoyed unwinding with this, watching an old black and white film . Bloomin' nice! So glad I tried this- Yum!

4th November 2021

lovely single malt that wont break the bank you wont find better

As a whisky drinker for over 40 years and think i have tried most whiskes for the price and TASTE you cant go wrong dont go by neg reviews buy then judge for youselves

23rd October 2021

Light and joyful

A really 'pretty' whisky

27th June 2021

Light smooth and bland.

Light smooth and bland.

21st June 2021

Lovely everyday drinker

Lovely stuff, sweet, light and practically drinks itself. I’m assuming by the variation in reviews regarding harshness, that it lacks consistency. The one I’m currently enjoying is smooth as it comes. As one of the other reviewers below has said, I think this comes in a peated expression (I’m usually a peat monster and bought this think it was that one) but even though this one isn’t peated it’s lovely. £25 a bottle, you can’t complain. Compares well against some £30-£40 age statement bottles, maybe not in complexity, but definitely in simple enjoyment.

28th April 2021

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