Glenmorangie 10 year old

Color:Pale gold
Nose:Spicy (cinnamon, walnut, sandalwood?), with some flowery sweetness, fresh, a whiff of the sea, enticing
Body:On the light side of medium, but with some viscosity
Palate:Spicy, flowery and malty-sweet tones that are creamy, almost buttery
Finish:Long and rounded
First Tasted:September 2002

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1 comment

  1. Definitely spicy. Has more of a bite than its mellower older siblings. Good long finish, but leaves the taste buds clean & tingly.

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