This whiskey nose marked initially by honey, toffee and tannins from the oak, then brings the fragrance of Heather, hay and herbs.
The mouth offers a nice balance between the soft, dry and spicy it. The vinous aromas emerge advantage with a little water, accompanied by notes of hazelnut. Beautiful structuring envelope with in the background of the spicy keys.
His final is long but drier ending on Woody notes.
Located north of Speyside, this former brewery turned into distillery in 1897, with the authorization to accompany its name of the Glenlivet mention. It is located near Elgin, with large amounts of water and renowned barley. Glenmorangie, its owner, had undertaken it there a few years to mature from Glen Moray malts in barrels that contained wines, especially whites. But experience has not continued, and Glen Moray has regained its original style, a fine and elegant roundness. Glen Moray comes mainly in four version sd'age, all bottled at 40 ° and expressing all the sweetness and fruitiness of malted barley.
Origin: Island of Speyside
It is at the heart of the Highlands that also beats that of the whisky, because this region contains about fifty distilleries of malt, or a good half of those from across Scotland. The river Spey, which gave him his name through South to North, in an area of desert plateaus cut by rivers, where gathered the bulk of human activities
|Type of products||Liquor|
|Appellation||Speyside Single Malt Whiskey|
|Cuvee's name||16 Ans|
|Main grape variety||No|