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Glenmorangie A Midwinter Night's Dram

(70cl, 43%)

Glenmorangie A Midwinter Night's Dram

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A Midwinter Night's Dram Bottling Note

A limited edition release from the legendary Glenmorangie distillery. A Midwinter Night's Dram celebrates a tradition in which the Glenmorangie Master Distiller would treat The Sixteen Men of Tain to a special whisky during the festive season as a thank you for their hard work over the year. This single malt features whisky drawn from select bourbon casks and Spanish Oloroso Sherry casks, resulting in an expression full of Christmas spices, sweet fruit and nutty elements.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: You've got juicy raisin, red apple and orange peel at first. It then moves on to cinnamon, almond and stroopwafel notes as it develops.

Palate: Caramel, milk chocolate with hazelnuts and a little warming touch of white pepper. The fruits from the nose return on the mid-palate, with a hint of candied glaze.

Finish: Final notes of orange peel, malted milk biscuits and a lingering touch of spice.

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Glenmorangie A Midwinter Night's Dram Reviews


I bought a bottle of 2015 midwinter nights dram .one of the best tastings of my 60 years. Please bring it back onto the market.

12th November 2019


The best sweetest malt I have ever had. I managed to acquire 6 bottles a while back. It’s special occasion nip now, as it has become so scarce.
If you get the chance have one and enjoy.

27th June 2019

Just go buy one if you still can, I just picked up 6 and they will be appreciated.

Without doubt one of the finest produced, sweet nutty and Carmel flavours abound, with a lovely gentle ginger hint to finish, you can't just have the one it would be rude.

8th April 2019


Absolutely beautiful, not had anything so smooth, wish I could buy more.

23rd February 2019


Absolutely beautiful, not tasted anything like it. The best whiskey I have brought, wish I could buy some more.

23rd February 2019


Truly awful. Unless 'smooth' is all you are looking for - in which case go ahead and drink it.

GLOWS with added caramel, this is NAS (ie: young) spirit that has been dumped into newish bourbon and sherry casks to acquire some flavour and round it out. The finish is SO short. Forget all the marketing tat about 'sixteen men of tain' instead think about 'the marketing department found a new wheeze to dump young whisky on the market'

9th March 2018

Absolutely superb.

A beautiful Christmas gift.

11th January 2018

Dubious .... but needn't have worried

I was a bit dubious about this but bought it anyway and I'm glad I did: it's so smooth, fruity with a light spicy finish. I'm saving some of this for an annual pre Christmas get together with my climbing friends. I think it'll go down just fine with the snow on the ground. That's the plan anyway .... if it last that long!

20th February 2017

a midwinter night's/ a midwinter's night dram

so succulent it betrayed the fruity taste that it soon disappeared like a soft tender taste filling every pallet with sweetness and a desire not to swallow and keep it refreshed in the mouth

7th January 2017


Smooth and tasty!

6th January 2017

Excellent !!!!

Just a tremendous wife hates drink, but decided to have a sip and said "Hmm how smooth, most whisky burns !!" That says it all :)

26th December 2016


The 16 men of Tain are lucky men !!! Delicious!!

28th October 2016

lovely dram

had this whisky last night wow loved it will be getting a few bottles

3rd October 2016

Mike Carter. Impressive

Would recommend all day long

24th July 2016

Excellent for the price range

This is a decent whisky. Not to dissimilar to Dalwhinnie winters gold. Very good entry level whisky that can be found on supermarket shelves. I will be having this again!!

16th July 2016

The Seeker reviews A Midwinter Night's Dram

A great sherried Glenmorangie at a great price. The usual Glenmorangie tropes are there plus a generous helping of stewed winter fruits, candied citrus peel and a nice drying finish. The nose is mouth-wateringly complex and on the palate there's a definite hint of banana at play. A fine and warming Midwinter dram indeed.

17th April 2016

One word


4th April 2016


I think a very nice whisky. Glad I bought a few bottles

26th March 2016

Read the story about this malt . . .

. . . and just had to try it.

I found it thoroughly enjoyable and is a sipping malt and definitely not a for a session - a bit too heavy for that.

25th February 2016

Sweet and Fruity.

Nose: Orange, Toffee, Dried Fruit and Walnut. Tasting: Rich & Fairly Viscous. Palate: Sweet Toffee and Orange. Finish: Quite Long and Sweet. Most enjoyable and quite distinctive. Complimented a smooth lighter ale very well.

27th January 2016

Smells nice, shame about the finish

Finally got round to opening this on Saturday night. As soon as the bottle is opened the lovely aroma of Christmas pudding hits you. The initial flavour is good with fruit and a hint of vanilla, but unmistakably a Glenmorngie. All good at this point until you swallow it and all I got was rancid orange peel. Tried adding a splash of water but this seemed to make it worse. This is a let down however I will let the bottle sit for a few weeks then try again.
This may be to some peoples taste but not mine at this moment.

18th January 2016

Good but there are better Glenmorangies

This is a nice, big single malt. A Christmas pudding malt with currants and raisins and nuts and peel and spice. I'm yet to have a poor Glenmorangie. However, I think the La Santa is rather better and the Nector D'Or is my pick of the bunch, if your willing to go a fiver more.

8th January 2016

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