- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Winter Edition
- Bourbon, Oloroso & Pedro Ximénez Sherry Casks
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L68200 17008011
- Added on
- 06 Oct 2017 8:23 pm by Astrid
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie A Midwinter Night's Dram
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.50 points
- I much prefer this NAS Glenmo over the 10. you certainly get sherry and stone fruit on the nose, and it tastes softer than the 10. Really nice daily drinker.
- As I think very great whisky. Especially for lovers of soft whiskys.
Intense smell. Cherrycake. Exuberant fruit. A hint of vanilla and trace citrus fruits. Very nice smell.
Nice soft whisky. Tidy fruit sweetness at first. Very pleasant mouthfeel. Fruity, nutty and vanilla-flavored.
Very long. Clear but pleasant oak. Now comes a hint of spice to pepper.
- As I think wrongly judged partly bad. For me a very good whisky. For the price you get a great whisky. Typical Glenmorangie softness, pleasantly fruity and very long finish with a clear, beautiful oak note.
- Best fine whisky, but lacking some character, you almost slip him away unnoticed. What less diluted this whisky had done absolutely well.
Fruity, plums, overripe oranges, raisins. Also milk chocolate, and spicy, cinnamon. Also some sweet, honey.
Light pepper, fruity, orange. Honey too. Very soft.
Medium-sized, tropical fruit now. Too bitter now. The sweet of honey now, and again orange.
- Not the absolute highlight, the taste does not hold, which promises the nose. "Sucked out" barrel. Still a good daily dram.
green apple, yellow fruit, alcoholic, some citrus, marzipan
a touch of dark chocolate, citrus, quickly spicy and spicy, peppery, woody
woody, slightly bitter, astringent
- Not the best Glenmorangie I had in the glass. Find him very little winter unfortunately. The overhang of ex-bourbon barrels quickly becomes apparent which in itself is not bad, but this spiciness looks set and unusual, especially for a Glenmorangie. Will prefer a Lasanta or Nectar d'Or from the standard range this one anytime. The Quinta Ruban anyway. Although these are just after maturity to say the least, they offer far more sophistication - 10/28/2017
Very spicy nose right at the beginning, perfume note, slightly ethereal, sherry notes are very easy, orange, unripe nectarine, plum, baked raisin
Here, too, the spice dominates, even the oak penetrates a bit, orange, nectarine, at the end the sweetness comes through, sand cake, madeleine, candy cane, fruitiness alternates with the spice, slight bitterness, walnut, this scores here whisky