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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

Easy drinking Speyside that grows on you.

If you want a nice and easy, every day single malt the GM Sherry Cask Finish offers a lot for the price point. For me there are a lot of toffee notes (that of course could be the butterscotch as stated above); I don't get the cinnamon (probably as well, as I'm not a fan) - but ultimately a warm and pleasant finish that does not disappoint. I would certainly return for more. If you like the Speyside / sherry experience then this whisky is worthy of your attention.

4th July 2021

tasty if young

fruity and buttery, then caramel followed by lots of spices.. its young but quite palatable too. at least you know its whisky...

struth

28th May 2021

Consistently affordable nectar

For the money, this is a sublime drink. Never seems to fluctuate in quality

3rd March 2021

A little bit more than the Elgin Classic. I love it.

Gorgeous. I wouldn't be ashamed to offer this to any of my whisky drinking friends but I'd rather drink it myself. I love that oak/leather aftertaste which doesn't over power the malt at all. This is a bottle I like to keep handy for when I fancy a dram straight but the price means I don't wince if I fancy a Whisky Mac or even as a cocktail ingredient. When my sons want to bring me a gift they know the blue box will make the old man smile.

24th February 2021

Very very surprised with it . Grest work from the Gle Moray boys .

Well well , this was a pleasant surprise.
I never really go for the OFF THE SHELF styles or the no aged cheaper and 40%ers, but this cheeky fella has taken me by surprise.
Deliciously smooth, and perfectly rounded on all levels .
Great on the nose . Not overly Complex and with a mid range finish that's pretty warming as the fire I sit by in the highlands here
For under £30 I would say buy it as your go to dram .
I'm certainly grabbing it again

20th January 2021

Fruit Cakey

Leather and Cork on the nose but tastes much nicer, fruit cakey. Drinking this straight after an Auchentoshan American Oak and the Glen is so much nicer and interesting

18th January 2021

Pleasantly surprised

When you let it known to your family you're into whisky suddenly you start to get bottles of the cheap stuff ( lost count of how many bottles of Famous Grouse and Bells I have in the garage now that is used only for flu toddies or cooking). Someone decided to buy me a bottle of this stuff and tbh wasnt expecting great things. I love a smoky / maritime malt and generally steer clear of Speyside malts. Anyway today is Christmas day so had a dram whilst listened to the Queen and wow was really surprised. Basically its Christmas cake in a bottle. Fruity, rich and very pleasant. If ever I get this again it certainly won't be relegated to the garage and will stay proudly in the drinks cabinet with the rest of my collection. Completely recommended and who knows might start a new Speyside love affair.

25th December 2020

As above

Good everyday single malt.

3rd December 2020

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

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