Distillery: Glenmorangie (Tain, North Highlands) Age: NAS Barrel type: Bourbon Casks Alcohol content: 46% Price when released (March 2015): approx. 100 € My expectation: ... every year a new, limited edition Glenmorangie will be released as part of the Private Edition. Most of them are experimenting with the technique, in the field Glenmorangie are finally pioneers. So far, I was able to satisfy the filling ... I say it was good, there were good (Ealanta, Companta), very good (Finealta) and more arbitrary (Artein). The new edition was made with a rare barley species called Maris Otter and matured in bourbon casks. Sounds not exciting at first, but try is about studying ... Color: strong yellow Nose: ... at first quite hot, so probably from the alcohol, as well as some pepper, yes, pepper on a damp dinner bread from older wood. Due to the sharpness, fruity notes, pear and berries penetrate. (... maybe also a very soft smoky note?) Taste: At first spicy on the tongue, oak wood tones are just like the pear back with the party, plus vanilla and nut, typical Bourbon Fassabfüllung stops ... Finish: Medium long and dry, with a few drops sweetened ... Conclusion: for the claim of the series and for the price clearly not enough. The Glenmorangie 10 years is similar, but has an age and costs about 30 €. The price for the Tusail is now (mid-April 2015) at about 129 ¬, rising tendency ... For collectors maybe interesting, for friends of medium-sized Bourboncasks quite nice, but otherwise little is offered for the money. Also, in my opinion, the weakest representative of the Private Edition. 76 points.