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Color: Intense and brilliant amber yellow.
Smell: The nose is rich, intense and complex with notes of warm spices mixed with smooth raisins covered with chocolate, honeycomb and caramel.
Taste: Rich and smooth on the palate, with aromas of sultanas, orange wedges, nuts and deliciously sweet sherry-flavored caramel combine to create warm spice. Long and satisfying finish with spiced orange and chocolate-covered hazelnuts.

Rich and full-bodied, distinctive expression, it is aged for the first time in American ex-bourbon oak barrels for softness.
For this single malt whiskey the finish is in hand-selected Oloroso sherry and Pedro Ximénez barrels.
Originating from Jerez in Spain, the sherry barrels bring a rich intensity of raisins, caramel and spices to Glenmorangie's renowned smooth style, appreciated and awarded around the world.

Glenmorangie

Glenmorangie single malt whiskey has been produced at the Glenmorangie distillery in the Scottish Highlands since 1843. Considered a pioneer in the sector, the Scottish Maison has become famous for its mix of tradition and innovation that distinguishes the creation of the best whiskeys, described as "superlatively well made". To achieve this quality, Glenmorangie Scotch whiskey is produced with a unique distillation process using Scotland's highest stills. Expertly aged only in the best oak barrels, the single malt produced is the testimony of the savoir-faire handed down from generation to generation by a team of expert craftsmen known as "men of Tain". In addition to being consumers' favorite Scottish malt whiskey, since 2007 Glenmorangie has won more gold medals than any other single malt scotch whiskey at IWSC, the international competition that awards the best wines and spirits, and is therefore the single most awarded malt. The expertise of the Glenmorangie distillery is the result of 170 years of work handed down from generation to generation by the "men of Tain" with an unwavering commitment to excellence and the development of innovative techniques in the production and aging of whiskey. Always keeping perfection in mind, the Maison uses mineral-rich Tarlogie spring water and carefully selected Scottish barley for its production. Glenmorangie is distilled in the highest stills in Scotland, with copper necks of 5.14 meters, in order to capture only the lightest and purest vapors for aging: the result is an elegant and smooth single malt whiskey. Glenmorangie Original, the most representative of the brand's whiskeys, aged 10 years, matures in specially selected American oak barrels. Unlike other whiskeys, the barrels for the Original are used only twice to ensure the extraction of the maximum amount of aroma during aging and to obtain the rounder and softer flavor for which the Original is appreciated. Glenmorangie was one of the first brands to experiment with the concept of "extra aging" or "refinement", with the launch of the legendary Glenmorangie 1963 Vintage in 1987. Today there are three permanent expressions of the extra aged whiskeys in the Glenmorangie range. From the depths of his "Cabinet of Curiosities", a warehouse at the Glenmorangie distillery filled with rare and unusual casks, famed director of whiskey distillation and creation Bill Lumsden has developed a collection of exceptional limited editions for the delight of connoisseurs. Each of the rare malts in the award-winning Glenmorangie Private Edition range has a different origin and an intense story to tell, illustrated through the extraordinary shots of well-known photographer Kevin Mackintosh. Glenmorangie Tùsail, which means “original” in Scottish Gaelic, is the sixth and most recent annual creation in the range which now consists of the highly acclaimed Sonnalta PX, Finealta, Artein, Ealanta and Companta collectibles. Critically acclaimed Ealanta was defined by Jim Murray as the "best whiskey of 2014"

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