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Glen Moray Speyside Peated

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A peaty expression joins Glen Moray’s Classic range! Quite laid-back for a peated expression, but by no means lazy, this Speyside single malt Scotch whisky balances medicinal peaty whiffs with plenty of vanilla, orchard fruits and some floral, fragrant elements shining through along the way.

SKU: 2020HDMA19858 Category: ABV: 40%Bottle Size: 700mlBrands: Glen MorayDrink or Keep: Drinker

Description

A peaty expression joins Glen Moray’s Classic range! Quite laid-back for a peated expression, but by no means lazy, this Speyside single malt Scotch whisky balances medicinal peaty whiffs with plenty of vanilla, orchard fruits and some floral, fragrant elements shining through along the way.

Glen Moray is a quality malt whisky from the heart of Speyside, available in a range of ages and vintages that will appeal to new malt drinkers as well as connoisseurs looking for something a bit more special.

Their single malt whisky has been distilled on the banks of the River Lossie since 1897, just outside Elgin, one of Scotland’s oldest towns.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Apricot, roasted pineapple and hints of tobacco leaf.

Palate: Smoke never gets too intense, rather it remains in the background behind vanilla and orchard fruit.

Finish: A little bit peppery, though still enjoyably sweet.

Awards for Glen Moray Speyside Peated

  • Silver – Distillers Single Malts – Speyside – NAS – 2018 – International Spirits Challenge
  • Silver – Scotch Single Malt – Speyside – 2017 – IWSC

What some of our whisky loving friends have said about Glen Moray Speyside Peated

Quote 1  “Let’s just be reasonable: if you are afraid you might hate peat, but curious, what can you get for less to try it? And even if you like peat, this one is well made. Young but not harsh, peaty, but not a full blast. reasonable sweetness, nice light color. “

Quote 2  “Well, this one is nice – the peat is strong (not as strong as the Islay firebrands) and upfront. But there’s plenty of fresh fruity maltiness to balance it, and some sweetness as well, but not over. I just tasted it again yesterday after sampling Lagavulin 12 a few days ago (2016 bi-centennial edition at 57.7% cask strength). No, not comparing them, they’re different. But for 40% Glen Moray Peated is very fair – full bodied, no ethanol harshness.

Quote 3  I gave it 5 stars to reflect value, not to imply that it’s amazing. I enjoy Laphroaig and Lagavulin, but also like subtler peat options, like Highland Park and unpeated malts from Speyside and Highlands.

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