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Very, very unusual for Glenmorangie (though not for current whisky trends), they've gone and peated it. This was distilled from Lightly peated barley, to an original recipe dating back to 1903. This was aged in American oak and Oloroso sherry casks. The result is a whisky with sweet vanilla and lime notes, hints of sherry and an interesting whiff of peat smoke.
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I first tried the Finealta during a Whisky Guild Scotch cruise event in D.C. a few years ago. I was thoroughly impressed with it and even featured it in a private Scotch event I hosted later that year. I am extremely disappointed to hear that it was discontinued, because it is such a quality spirit with an interesting story. I hope Glenmorangie reconsiders producing it again, if not but in small batches.
25th April 2016
Had a sample when it came out; loved it.Purchased a bottle, and still waiting for the right reason to open it.
6th November 2015
Best Glenmorangie ever. Stocked up with on left. Shame. Puts more expensive stuff to shame...
15th February 2015
I am very disappointed that Finealta was discontinued. I guess I will go back to Glenn Grant. The heck with you Glenmorangie.
21st December 2013
even peatheads would be pleased
8th June 2013
Perfectly balanced with hint of peat. I recently finished my third bottle. Glad I stocked up because i haven't been able to find more (2 left!).
23rd February 2013
Tonight, I've had drams of Mac 18, Yamazaki 18 and now capping it off with some Glenmorangie Finealta. Fine fine stuff, holding its own against the 2 heavyweights. A touch of smoke and peat you don't usually get with other Glenmorangie expressions and that's what makes this one special. Definitely noticeably more complex than all the other Glenmos but just as tasty. If you have any experience with Glenmorangie, you'll have a great time drinking this one. I've only got the one bottle and need to find another.
10th February 2013
Peatier than the Talisker. But similar otherwise, especially that peppery finish. Smooth. Delightful.
15th January 2013
This is hands down my favorite Glenmorangie. It has the lovely light, well-balanced and sweet flavor of their usual cask finish lineup but with smoke. Not really peat, but smoke (there are no noticeable or overwhelming medicinal notes, even if it is technically "peated"). It completes the character and is what a Glenmorangie should be. Absolutely delicious. Wish I could get it more easily and more often.
3rd December 2012
what a fantastic malt. the smokey,sweet, oak. go,s down a treat. 1 of the best wisky,s i have ever tasted. signet is next on my list.
7th January 2012
Excellent malt, it goes down smooth with a light smokey note and hints of honey and fruits. I highly recommend it.