- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Virgin Oak and Ex-Bourbon Casks
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L65115 16002132
- Bottled for
- World Duty Free
- Added on
- 08 Apr 2016 6:26 pm by John Barleycorn
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Whisky Reviews for Glenmorangie The Tarlogan
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.46 points
Honey and herbs with light roasted aromas. After a while, red fruits are added to vanilla with caramel.
Nice sweet with a little bit of bitterness.
Caramel with citrus fruits.
Mild with a very mild spice. Medium to long and it comes a chocolate sweet
- Jim Murray has awarded 95 points to the Tarlogan. "As refreshing as an early morning dip in a Scottish pond..."
- Bottler's notes: "Aroma: Sweet, earthy notes of cream caramel, classic Glenmorangie vanilla and coconut and malt biscuits.
Taste: Soft, silky mouthfeel with dessert notes such as vanilla custard and pears. Delicious pineapple and citrus notes.
A hint of exquisite ginger followed by long-lasting, recurring notes of white chocolate and almond marzipan. "
Yeah, sure. I really tried, but the description is a fairy tale. And for people who are just fans of typical 1st-fill bourbon and virgin oak whiskys, that's nothing. And from treats such as Traditional 100 °, Cellar 13 or Astar from your own home far away.
Vanillekipferl, coconut, shortbread, but rather gentle and cozy, not as intense-crisp, as I know it from some other good 1st-fill-bourbon and virgin-oak whiskys, this clearly green apple and pear - I do not know yet , if I find that good - I did not expect it, it whispers something "I'm very young!"
Mouthfeel first nice and oily, then gets quite spicy, some green apple is back, but rather Hubba-Bubba-artificially, to bitterness, with goodwill one could say cocoa, but just before-just-bitter ... nothing vanilla, nothing Coconut, nothing pastry
short bitter medicine, then warm and spicy, in the end there is some cocoa
- More character than many other recent NAS Glenmorangie
Green apples, dry hay, honeydew, coconut
Oily, subtle sweetness, fruity, spices, hints of vanilla
Medium long, warm
- Similar to Tomatin Legacy, but creamier, more refined. 81/82.
Citruses, honey, caramel and vanilla.
Oily. Walnut, tiramisu, cocoa, citrusesand spicy oak.
Medium length, spicy.
- Overpriced, nothing special travel retail with marketing speeches about some legend ..
The first stroke of caramel and vanilla is followed by ripe apples, citrus tones and a bit of dried apricots.
Right from the beginning of vanilla, nuts, coffee, chocolate, taste of tiramisu, on the background of citrus, finely spiced
In reverberation how differently vanilla, nuts, chocolate, coffee and fine spiciness - medium long
- Serge Valentin @Whiskyfun.com