- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Amontillado Sherry Cask Finish
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 1000 ml
- Bottle code
- L63655 15009172
- Bottled for
- Travel Retail Exclusive
- Added on
- 07 Jan 2016 6:35 pm by caseman
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie The Tayne
20 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.32 points
- Quite ok ... but overall a bit disappointing
Something malty with a sweet. Not very complex
After a long ... coffee with some chocolate
Sharpness in the ginger direction .... oak comes out with a sweet
Medium .... a little sweeter.
- Jo, that's neat, I like even better the Lasanta (from memory). With 60-70 € / l also priced in the green area.
a little hot, but rather pleasant, cinnamon-spicy, brown sugar, slightly burnt, leather; for 43% of the comes pretty intense and tight over and also tolerates a drop of water and then lays again is beautifully fruity, canned peach, orange marmalade, with raisins and cocoa
fits (see Nose), plus some walnut and black pepper, also here full and strong, even with water ... he also a bit earthy-dirty, sympathetic
medium long, spicy-warm, some burnt sugar, dark chocolate, walnut
- Drinkable but a bit too much of that leather couch for my taste
Clean sherry notes, hints of pencil shavings and rubber and whiffs of leather, yellow fruits
Oily, creamy, leather couch, peaches, quinces, subtle sweetness
Medium long, warm
- Weaker nose than Duthac but better balance. The amontillado sherry was nicely integrated.
Floral. Red apple, raisin, honey, caramel and vanilla.
Creamy. Sherry, citruses, walnut, orange peel and spicy oak.
Medium length, bittersweet, spicy.
- Serge Valentin @Whiskyfun.com
- Hmmm. he looks a little young to me
Oak, some glue, pungency, drift and malt, earth, hairspray, sweet and caramel is fine
strong on the palate, raspberry and other red berries, oak, caramel, spicy, slightly bitter at the end
rather short, neat caramel, spicy and oak