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Glenmorangie Signet

(70cl, 46%)

Glenmorangie Signet

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Glenmorangie Signet Bottling Note

This superb Glenmorangie was created with a marriage of whiskies produced from two unique types of malted barley: a single estate Cadboll variety and malted chocolate barley, which is better known as a basis for craft beers.

The Signet was distilled twice through Glenmorangie's copper-pot stills, by a team of 16 distillers known as the 'Sixteen Men of Tain'. It was subsequently matured in bespoke American virgin oak casks before it was bottled at 46%, and received no chill-filtration.

While it carries no-age-statement, there is said to be an element of some of the distillery's oldest and rarest stocks, ranging from 35 to 40 years old, in this Highland single malt.

Beautifully packaged and stunningly arranged, the Glenmorangie Signet is an outstanding whisky of unprecedented style and taste. Dr. Bill Lumsden, Glenmorangie's Master of Whisky Creation, described it as the culmination of a "lifetime of experimentation and innovation".

The hard work paid off, as the Signet won Whisky of the Year in the same year as Lumsden was named Master Distiller of the Year at the 2016 International Whisky Competition.

This edition takes it name from the ornate square design that adorns most Glenmorangie bottles. The signet itself originated from the Hilton of Cadboll Stone, a Pictish artefact that dates back to around the year 800 AD.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: The nose begins with chocolate raisins and sugared mixed peels. Toasted spices, bread and butter pudding and golden syrup complement these aromas, while a note of Angostura bitters lingers beneath.

Palate: Sweet, syrupy cinnamon and drying malt lead, before a suggestion of Terry's Chocolate Orange rises. A hint of lime rind is present, as are lychees and dates. The backdrop is filled with tobacco leaves and freshly roasted espresso beans, with a little honey-roasted cashew.

Finish: The finish dries and becomes pleasantly rubbery, as a touch of truffle oil emerges.

Overall: Utterly superb.

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Glenmorangie Signet Reviews


The best whisky I have tasted to date, if you like the 18yr old extremely rare then this will blow your mind. On the pricey side but this is part of glenmorangies prestige range so expect to pay a bit more.

6th May 2021


Had this one last night against some stiff competition and came 1st. Wow so smooth from the bat and extremely well balanced

5th April 2021


This whisky is beautiful.

Complex but every note has its place and playfully skipps from one to the other.
Drink/taste slowly, this is not a greedy whisky for gulping down like you are in the desert, each note needs to be savored.

Orange, spices, chocolate, toasty notes, a minty notes, sweetnes without being sugary and so much more that that only scratches the surface. Long warming finish without any harshness......Omg I am having a moment with this whisky I swear......About to buy a second bottle to keep for when this one runs dry, as that will be a sad day.

Cannot recommend this one enough.

Oh and the packaging is wonderful.

28th February 2021

A right touch

Like a first love, you can’t help but come back into the warming arms of this Glenmorangie Signet.
With a long finish your first love would be proud of, the bold notes of arabica oak are well complimented by the sweet taste of her honey. A true delight.

17th February 2021

Lovely whisky - wish it wasn't quite as expensive

Delicious, rich, easy drinker. Keep coming back to it over the years having tried more and more whiskies at most price ranges and its still one of my go to's. Also seems to be the favorite of any guests (and whisky beginners) I've shared my whisky with.
I'd rather it was at the £90 mark and would hate to see it go up in price anymore as it is already a bit toppy for a NAS.
From a previous reviewer... would love to know what 10-12 year old's stack up against this! (aside from perhaps redbreast 12 cask strength - albeit apples with pears). Lasanta was mentioned which I've owned and for the price it is an "ok" whisky. I appreciate whisky enjoyment is subjective to taste but to make such a bold statement as the Lasanta is far far superior I find astounding!

15th February 2021


Best I’ve ever tasted

29th January 2021

Fruit forward and smooth

Tuath glass showing auburn. The nose shows clean orange peel with cloves and oak. The palate is extremely smooth with a light smokiness and hints of orange peel and citrus on the finish.

After 2 drops of water - the citrus and orange becomes more apparent on both the nose and palate.

16th January 2021

A good drink

I am not normally a scotch drinker but signet has changed my mind. Easy on the palate and smooth

13th January 2021

Good, but not at all impressive at this price

There are far better 10-12 year-old single malts from at a fraction of the price from numerous distilleries. This is a bottle you buy because of marketing, hype, and showiness, not for the whiskey. Not to say it isn't good, it is, but it is nothing special and certainly not worth the price tag. If you are bent on Glenmorangie, 12 year (the Lasanta) is a far, far superior single malt at a fraction of the price.

3rd January 2021

Long wait is over

So I bought this with a couple of friends, split three ways as a single purchase was a little too rich for me but I've been eyeing this for the last 5 years based on the rave reviews. Typically I gravitate towards single malts from Islay (the other guys too) but have enjoyed some from other areas as well. We organized a tasting and the consensus was this is the best whisky we've had. Ahh...the nose! It is heaven...chocolate, tiramisu , coffee and orange peel. I honestly could just sit and smell it all day. (As an aside my wife and daughter who normally shudder at the smell of whisky really liked this), The complexity on the palate is off the chart. Chocolate orange and coffee but not overpowering anywhere. It tastes the same from front to top to sides and back and smoooooth!! There is viscosity, oily texture that only compliments the experience. Man this is good! Final result is the tasting resulted in the entire bottle gone, enuff said. An added bonus is the beautiful presentation, one of the prettiest bottles you will ever see, it's a keeper.

26th December 2020

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