- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 1000 ml
- with Distillery Picture
- Bottle code
- L8 086
- Added on
- 04 Jul 2007 10:57 pm
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138 × member ratings
471 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie Cellar 13
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.23 points
Vanilla, sweet apples, sweet citrus, oatmeal, granary dust, fudge, lemon peel, ascorbic, spicy herbs, honey, hints of freshly planed board, sea freshness, just a little furniture lacquer. To 43 degrees pretty powerful. 22
Light, moderately sweet. Pepper, fruit motifs, sweet caramel, ascorbic. A little salt. 21
Medium in length, warming, slightly astringent. In the final stage, bitterness comes to the fore. 21
Pleasant, balanced whisky. The balance is 21.
- Vanilla, perfume, apples, malt, peppery, peach. Regular first fill bourbon cask flavours with good body and that little extra perfumy note that is not floral (rose, calendula) but more herbal. Is that musk? Yeah, that's that after shave of my brother. With vanilla popcorn. And that oldschoolish oakiness that I often find in Glenmorangie.
- recently stumbled upon 2 bottles of this in a store selling at US$52 a piece, didn't hesitate and purchased 2, opened a bottle a few days ago.
nose & taste: sweet, refined, fruity, caramel, butterscotch and floral,a step above the glenmorangie original
with a touch of water: opens up nicely, magnificent, elegant, a step above hibiki 12, enhances a LOT
- Poor malt, very one-dimensional and meaningless.
Lots of vanilla and very soft. There are still some alpine herbs on the background.
Sweet, light, soft. Vanilla and tidy barrel flavor. Classic Bourbon maturation.
Something bitter and a lot of spices. Disappears quickly from the mouth.
- The trick for this whisky, which is exquisite, is to let it oxidize with care.
After a few months, it acquires a much more powerful finish and a truly stronger initial taste.
Truly one of Glenmorangie's best. Underrated, under-appreciated, and due to its hard to attain nature, under-reviewed. Easily the equivalent of far more expensive scotches.
An essential to have for a Glenmorangie lover, and a beautiful addition to any scotch collection.