- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- 3rd Edition
- Stated Age
- 12 years old
- Bourbon Cask, Sauternes Cask Finish
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 100 ml
- Added on
- 26 Dec 2015 4:58 pm by Matt80
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie Nectar d'Òr
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.86 points
Sweet, fruity, light.
There is a clear sauternes, grape, white wine note to it.
Although unusual. I've had several other brands with sauternes finish, which have been a lot more caracter defined.
Some yellow fruit, honey sweetness, very little spice.
A weird but not unpleasant MDF/chip board note.
Sweet and acidic.
Arrives soft with a build up of spice.
Oak and coconut.
Bolder than I expected from a Sauternes.
Coconut flavour lingers.
- I did not expect this spiciness and spiciness. I rather started from a light summer dram. The corners and edges are not well balanced, therefore, this filling me, if not bad, not completely convincing.
In conjunction with a strong honey note, the whisky smells a bit musty (which is good). The musty flies unfortunately in favor of Granny Smith, a touch of white wine and marzipan. Unfortunately, there is also a sprightly undertone.
The taste is also dominated by apple and honey. Add to that a lot of chili and seasoning, nutmeg and milk chocolate.
The sweetness of dark chocolate dominates the medium-long finish. This is followed by a light acidity and the sharpness decreases, leaving room for some oak.
Pleasant, light and somewhat bitter whisky.
First tart citrus notes, followed by vanilla, honey, sugared fresh peaches and some oak. After a while in the air, walnuts.
Creamy, peaches, honey and pepper.
Dry and tart, oak spice and light citrus notes.
Grape juice, vanilla, honey and leather apple, almost apple-like. Not extremely complex, but very tasty and harmonious.
Orange peel. Oak. Spicy. Tart and sweet at the same time.
Wow, the finish is brilliant and long for this price range. Juniper. Nutmeg. Still sour, this time with less sweetness. At the end only oak.
Orange, lime, lemon
Sweet and fruity, vanilla, orange, ginger, vinous
An astonishingly long finish
If you like white wine will love this malt - delicious