- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Sherry Wood Finish
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- New Striped Label
- Added on
- 04 Jul 2007 10:59 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie Sherry Wood Finish
31 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.96 points
- Warm and long. Soft and curvaceous body.
Nutty. Dry. Some faint peat notes. Sea air?
Voluptuous. Long, sustained development of barley-sugar sweetness, almost overpowers the distillery character.
Liquorice . Roots. Late,restrained saltiness.
- A pleasant and pleasing Glenmorangie. Nice to drink but not more. The light spirits disturb the enjoyment of something, yet a solid malt.
Sweetness, honey, highland spiciness, sherry, subtle subtle pepper, oranges, nuts, dried apricot, orange juice, caramel, peach, lemonade, raisin, light and pleasant, as used by Glenmorangie, subtle coffee notes, even some oak remains in the memory, the sherry influence is clearly noticeable. The alcohol bizzelt despite only 43% but something fresh in the nose. The second nose is sweet and tasty
sweet caramel, slightly sprittig, some pepper, toffee, oranges, peach, vanilla, milk chocolate, increasingly sweet, sherry, raisins, nuts
mild and creamy, only minimal oak, subtle chocolate aroma, sherry, orange, slightly short finish with hints of herbs and gingerale
- A wonderful old-school whisky from the early days of my "whisky career". Subtle and fruity makes this Glenmorangie appetite for more. I like it very much!
Sweet vanilla and wonderfully subtle sherry aroma pour out of the glass. Caramel and nuts mingle and are received by a fruity peach aroma. Fine spice permeates a subtle hint of chocolate, tangerines and oranges are revealed. Although the 43% alcohol content is harmoniously integrated into the fruity nose, it is always slightly sprightly evident. The chocolate becomes more intense.
Spicy wood and sweet caramel are noticeable immediately after the first sip, fruity elements end in a sweet creamy mixture. The spicy wood quickly transforms into fine wood and exudes a subtle bitter wood note. A fruity nut aroma follows the harsh wood elements, slightly sharpness and a hint of pepper arises.
Spicy and slightly dry, the finish starts. Dry, old wood and old walnuts are added, tart wood notes are slightly sweet and fruity. Relatively fast, the finish sounds and leaves a very pleasant aroma.
- Surprisingly a lot of salty and dry whisky, after the 2nd tasting, I am increasing the score.
Tones of grapes, blackberries, flowers, oak. Take a little salt from the beginning. Very spicy spice. The smell is so decent, thin, but interesting
In taste honey, malt, vanilla, citrus and spices, and quite a bit of salt
In dry reverberation, malt, vanilla, a little citrus, grapes and spices