Glenmorangie Signet Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
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Glenmorangie Signet
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glenmorangie
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glenmorangie Signet

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.

Winner of 14 spirit awards

Scotch Whisky: Single Malt – Ultra Premium - 2022
The Luxury Masters (The Spirits Business)
Single Malt No Age Statement - 2020
International Spirits Challenge
Single Malt No Age Statement - 2019
International Spirits Challenge
Whisky of the Year - 2016
International Whisky Competition
Gold Outstanding
Gold Outstanding
Scotch Single Malt - Highland - 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition

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Reviews for Glenmorangie Signet
Super drink, me and my family love this one
Honestly, it’s my favourite whiskey right now. Two bottles over Christmas (it was £160 then) and just ordered another two from the airport (considerably less than that). The price was expensive the first time I bought it but an extra £20 a bottle is a bit of a sting.

The whiskey is so well balanced for my palate. Some sweetness, nicely balanced bitterness from the coffee and dark chocolate, rounded out with the orange and tobacco. I get a hint of wood and barrel spice in there too

I can’t deny, I will still buy this for a while longer, as I find it that good, even with the expense. Potentially associated memories with it after drinking with my family making it taste even better.

Knocking half a star off for the price hike. Worth a try though if you’ve not had it before.
Stephanie W , United Kingdom
9 months ago
Not as good as everyone says
I must be one of the only people who think this is overrated. It's nice sure, but nowhere near as incredible as people make it out to be. Different yes, but I think I went into this with too high an expectation and was expecting more than it delivered.
Nick , Australia
9 months ago
A must to have in the drinks cabinet
I first tried this in the Ritz cigar lounge whilst out with a client. The waiter recommended it and I have to say I was blown away. Lovely smooth whisky with caramel and vanilla notes.
Michael , United Kingdom
9 months ago
180 quid? WTF?!
This is by far and away the most special whiskey I've tried. But two years ago you could buy this for £130. Last year it was £150. Now this? Will it be well in to the £200s next year? People suck. Stop buying it and make it more affordable!!! The rally annoying thing is, it's still worth it.
Simon N , United Kingdom
10 months ago
Just lovely, I have had bottles twice this price but this one is just smooth and enjoyable.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Without doubt an absolutely fantastic whisky.
The nose is really lovely and reminds of a lovely wee cake and coffee shop I visited in Cuba a few years ago. If you threw cocoa powder into the air in a coffee shop whilst sucking on a piece of dark chocolate, that kind of covers it for me.
The palate was ridiculously lovely, it was sweet without being too sweet, I didn’t get any orange or citrus at all but I did get lychee but it was as if the lychee had been dipped in chocolate. As the taste develops it gets very complex and also frustrating as I tried to think of where the sweetness was coming from, I couldn’t nail anything in particular other than it evoked memories of my dear Nana’s sweet bowl which had a bit of everything.
The finish was just gorgeous, long, smooth sweet and it didn’t make me want to take another sip, it made me want to enjoy the lingering memories.
Fantastic whisky and yes it isn’t cheap but for the memories it brought back it’s worth every single penny.
The bottle and the packaging are also beautiful so for a gift you’d struggle to give better.
B B , United Kingdom
one year ago
great gift for a true whisky drinker
I am not a whisky drinker but could seriously rethink that with this bottle. It’s expensive, yes, but worth every penny
alison paterson , United Kingdom
one year ago
Superb. Love it.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Stunned, mildly disappointed, then surprisingly good
The title says a lot about my reaction. I was stunned by the nose. It was... smokey? Like a gentle Islay peatiness...? (Think of the more mild pours of Bunnahabbain) What? In a Glenmorangie?? A hint of sweetness I couldn't place, but not quite the raisins and cocoa described in the notes. Certainly not the signature Glenmorangie sweetness I'm used to. Is the subtle smokiness I got, the "toasted..." described in the notes? It didn't seem near as subtle as "toasted," but okay. It's certainly not actually petty. But it was such a bold start.

The first taste left me I little disappointed, because I was expecting dessert levels of sweet from Glenmorangie, but I didn't get it. Once I settled into it, I was surprised at how good it got. It was more complex than I was used to, and not as sweet as I expected, but it was really good. If you take your time with it there is A LOT going on, and it's a fun challenge trying to identify the notes. It's sweeter than it initially appears, but the sweetness sneaks up on you because of everything that's happening, it's more toasted than described, and A LOT more enjoyable than it started.

I can't wait for an excuse to pop the cork on this bottle again!
Frank C V , United States
one year ago
Smooth, rich and creamy
Purchased on recommendation and absolutely worth it.
Unlike any other >£100 bottle I've sampled before. Stating a caramelesque 'warmth' in the flavour sounds pompous as hell, but it's accurate.
Will certainly return to this in future.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago