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Glen Moray Sherry Cask Finish - Elgin Classic

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Moray Sherry Cask Finish - Elgin Classic

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Glen Moray Sherry Finish Bottling Note

Single malt Scotch whisky from the Glen Moray distillery in Speyside, which has been treated to a finishing period in Sherry casks, giving it a generous helping of Speyside Sherried yumminess. Dig in.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Raisin and milk chocolate, with a backbone of butterscotch sweeties.

Palate: Cinnamon starts to develop on the palate, giving it an enjoyable warmth. Still rich in caramel and butterscotch.

Finish: Medium length, with a hint of five-spice.

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Glen Moray Sherry Cask Finish - Elgin Classic Reviews

Good for budget

Tried it as a budget option and that's just what it's good for. Overall a functioning whiskey that is enjoyable but not as smooth as I'd prefer. I paid $30 and really I'd choose to pay a couple extra dollars and get the glenlivet instead.

29th July 2020

A nice change

I just tried it on a whim and liked it. The sherry taste is subtle but it's a nice complement to the malt whiskey. Glad I tried it

1st May 2020

Fantastic at its price point

I feel the description is too enchanted and hard to imagine. It is simply easier to tell you that it is as smooth as a polished crystal and lingers for a minute, but with pleasant, sweet, yet subtle depth that just makes you imagine pouring another. Because of the price point, I must give it all 5 stars. Superb job Guys!!!

7th March 2020

Best value for money whisky out there.

5 stars from me. Simply put, this is one of the best value whisky’s out there. Although it won’t “wow” you, you’ll find it easy to drink and it’s got a decent nose too. If anyone can show me a better single malt for between £20-26 do let me know.

15th September 2019

Good value

For the money its great value and a good quality whisky. Easy to drink. The guy who made the comment about "it smells bad " maybe your nose is to close to your ass

7th September 2019

Bought a second bottle

Pleasant desert companion to moo an apple dumpling to marry the cinnamon and allow the sip of Classic Sherry Cask to linger

3rd December 2018

Pretty average Speyside whisky

Got this for $35 recently and I definitely wouldn't pay any more for it but it's not bad at all. It's a pretty young whisky and you can definitely tell but if it sits in the glass for a little bit it seems to calm down a bit and allow raisin and honey notes to come through. A decent after dinner dram for a reasonable price with a short but smooth finish. Personally I prefer the age statement bottles from this distillery but this is a good introduction to Glen Moray ( as is the classic). Cheers! The Sugarbear

4th September 2018

Everything you want in sherry finish. Just great value.

Glen Moray has been a favourite of mine for a long time. This expression is very drinkable in fact just a bit too much so. Caramel and buttterscotch Mmm Mmm--------. Amazing value price point as well.

16th June 2018

Solid, easy, clean & well proportioned

So... not a bad little malt at all. Not brilliant or earth shattering but not bad...

The standard Glen Moray is just a bit too simple to excite, some of the older options dried out, and the port cask... well, there needs to be a line drawn in Scotland, and Portuguese barrels is it.

However.... Jerez/Sherry is a different deal. Just as port is OOOH so wrong, sherry & whisky just works, especially Oloroso.

So, this little number has some sweet fruity notes, a little touch of toffee, noticeable sherry input and a little alcoholic lift. The palate actually reminds me of a sauternes... that sweetness, the toffee/caramel, but a dry finish. The sherry character is there but muted.

So, a nice drop. Others are better & others are worse. Happy to drink this as an everyday tipple. Offers excellent VFM. It shows touches of greatness - some of the 'Morangies come to mind, maybe that 12 YO Macallan courtesy of that sherry input - but it is still an entry level. Solid, sound, go for it because even as an entry level product, it IS good, easy & easy to just enjoy for its own sake

4th June 2018

Best value

I could not believe how good this whisky was the first time I had it. It is as one would expect a sherried whisky to be, only half the price. It's amazing.

1st June 2017


My new favourite Sherried Whisky. Love it. Amazing value for money. Just what I have been looking for.

2nd October 2016

Incredible value

Right, firstly, Glen Moray is a very nice distillery (what a cafe), but how can this whisky be such good value? Better than comparative whiskies twice the price. Definitely go for this, rather than a half bottle of a 'bigger name'.

10th September 2016

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