- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Burgundy Wood Finish
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- New Striped Label
- Added on
- 04 Jul 2007 10:00 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie Burgundy Wood Finish
16 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.56 points
- A big soft and syrupy body.
Toasty. Some bitterness .
Sweetish. Very fruity. Winey. Easily drinkable.
Lurking behind and emerging gradually restrained balancing, dryness of toast and oak.
- This whisky has a very good nose and taste and you realize that the Burgundy Wood Finish is really something special. Unfortunately The finish is very wooden and bitter and therefore the dram remains worse in the mouth as it actually is.
- Finished in Burgundy barrels, this is one earthy
Glenmorangie, an interesting dram for sure, and one that bears little
resemblance to the standard bottling.
Woody, red grapes and raisins with sea saltiness and overripe red berries.
Quite tannic and peppery, there is a vanilla sweetness here but the oak wood runs the show. The saltiness comes through in the middle with a bit of the red fruit.
Medium length and earthy. Quite dry but leaves a lasting honey grape sweetness
- Lovely aroma's and dito wine finish, doesn't dissapoint you.
Cereal like, rich and a dominat fruit character, sweet (reduced: hints of coffee/vanilla, crème brûlé, sweet fruit, peaches, very rich and complex)
Light sparkling, velvety and spicy, dry (reduced: surprisingly explosive, fruity and a light sweetness).
Soft at first and then a burst of spices, wich slowely merging in to pepper.