1971 Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)

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1971 Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)

Highlands, SCOTLAND
$1,999.00 Bottle
  • ABV 43%

A 1971 vintage dated bottling released to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Glenmorangie. It's also one of the most deeply coloured Glenmos we've seen to date. Prolific Malt Maniac, Serge Valentin considered it among the best he's ever tasted from this distillery. One only. Comes presented in a dovetailed timber presentation box. Note, some minor paint markings to the top of the box.

Other reviews... Nose: more spirity than expected and not that subtle at first nosing but things keep improving after a few minutes. We have lots of coffee, wood smoke and bitter chocolate, with a marked maltiness together with notes of green apples and then quite a fruit blast (lots of kiwis, gooseberries) with whiffs of steaming hot green tea. Lots of wax as well, stones, a little turpentine and an overall profile that’s closer to a nearby distillery starting with a C. that’s a little further north on the east coast. Great old style Highlands. Mouth: excellent attack, beautifully dry and very elegant, with notes of old fino. Quite some liquorice, lots of spices (soft paprika, cinnamon), walnuts, then cough syrup, black tea from a good house, bitter chocolate… Too bad it’s just a tad weakish because it’s really excellent. Finish: not very, very long but quite phenolic, with some smokiness, resin, crystallized quince, salted liquorice, olive oil… This is funny, there’s more happening at the finish than at the attack or at the middle. Perfect dryness I’d say, and great complexity. Probably one of the best Glenmoes I ever had. 90 points - Serge Valentin, whiskyfun.com