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Glenmorangie Artein Private Edition 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 46%
Artein is the third release in Glenmorangie’s Private Edition range, with ‘artein’ being Gaelic for stone. The expression comprises two-thirds 15 year old and one-third 21 year old whisky, finished in ‘Super Tuscan’ wine casks. Non chill filtered. Very limited stocks.
Tasting note: Bright gold appearance with an orange blush. Initial sniffs reveal a gorgeous butterscotch note that soon gives way to fruits (pear and apple). A background of vanilla cream, cocoa and super soft spices emerges several minutes later before the aroma again reverts back to the fruit. A silky entry leads into a unique and sublimely textured malt that's akin to a concentrate of fruit and nut chocolate, along with barley sugar, feather weight spices and super fine wine tannin. Not mindblowingly complex but this just purrs from start to finish, prolonging the experience with outstanding length and persistence. Super sexy stuff that really has to be tasted to appreciate its uncommon tactile sensuality. 46% Alc./Vol.
Other reviews... …it’s the spices that get you: at first you don’t quite notice them. Then you realise there Iis a background buzz like peppers slyly added to gazpacho soup, and there’s a slight tomato fruitiness too…that sweetness arrives early but in very diluted form and refuses to overtake the barley sugar and chocolate raisin…if someone has gone out of their way to create probably the softest single malt of the year, then they have succeeded. 94 points Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible