Glenmorangie ORIGINAL 10 Years Old 40% Vol. 0,05l
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SKU : 36839
Vendor : Glenmorangie
Product Type : Whisky
Volume, ml: 50
Alcohol, ABV: 40.0
Aging time, years: 10
Base spirit: Barley
Country: Great Britain
Region: Scotland, Highland
Glenmorangie ORIGINAL 10 Years Old
First released more than 175 years ago by our founders, the original Glenmorangie 10 year old was known for its mellow tones and delicacy of flavour.
All these years later, The Original remains at the heart of everything we do. Like home, we carry with us, no matter how far we travel. And every time we return, we discover something new.
To give Original a delicious, go-anywhere finesse, we make it in our giraffe-high stills, then we age it 10 years in bourbon casks to absorb all manner of delectable flavours.
The result is a smooth whisky which welcomes you with a rush of citrus, then holds your attention with layers of luscious flavour, from orange to honey and creamy vanilla, with bursts of peach.
HOW TO ENJOY
The perfect serve - Enjoy neat, with a little water or 2-3 large rocks of ice
Service temperature - Room temperature
When to drink - Ready to drink
Storage advice - Store upright in a cool, dark, dry place
Closure - Cap With CorkAlcohol by volume - 40.0 % Vol.
BLEND AND ORIGIN
The Original is double distilled in Scotland’s tallest stills, then matured for 10 years in first- and second-fill American ex-bourbon casks, including remarkable, air-dried bespoke “designer casks” from Missouri.
During this stage, the whisky develops flavours of peach and vanilla and finds the perfect, complex balance that characterises the house style.
Bright, pale gold.
Citrus and ripening peaches are balanced by vanilla softness.
Vanilla emerges, then gives way to a burst of flowery fruitiness.
A clean and salving aftertaste with hints of orange and peach.
Gold in 2018 at the World Spirits Competition in San Francisco
Gold in 2017 at the International Wine & Spirits Competition
94/100 points from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
Double gold in 2015 at the World Spirits Competition in San Francisco