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Glenmorangie Signet

70cl

Glenmorangie Signet

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Resulting from a combination of unique and special elements, the Glenmorangie Signet tops the list of awarded whiskies at the International Whisky Competition with 97 points. It's a blend of the distillery's oldest whisky and spirit that had aged in the world's best barrels and makes for the tastiest whisky of the Prestige product line. While tasting you'll enjoy its smooth sweetness, the intensity of spicy notes, and its subtle bitter touch of mocha. Exceptional!

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Technical sheet

Category:Whisky (Spirits)
Producer: Glenmorangie Distillery
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 46%
Country: Scotland
Type Of Whisky: Single Malt

Description of Glenmorangie Signet

Glenmorangie Signet

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: The Glenmorangie Signet is a beautiful amber, deep reflections.
  • Nose: The aromas wafting from this tape is refined, rich and complex. Sweet fragrance and tangerine, lavender and butter are accompanied by the male leather, burnt wood and charcoal.
  • Palate: The attack is frank and cheerful time, the palace develops first aromas around vegetables and nuts before moving slowly in the black fruit and revealing her honeyed sweetness and spiciness. The finish is long and rich, sweet milk and sweet.

AGE: 30 years.

PRODUCER: Glenmorangie is certainly one of the oldest houses, but also the most emblematic of Scotland. Are history dates back to the seventeenth century, but the specificity is talent developed through its various vintners teachers to double aging, offering an amazing range and always different.

COUNTRY: Scotland.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: The highlight of the collection Glenmorangie, the Glenmorangie Signet is the representation of what this house does best. In fact, this collection of malt aged in different barrels of various comes from a single malt barley called "chocolate" again after the installation finishes aging in specific casks specially manufactured in American white oak.

ALCOHOL: 46%

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The Producer

Glenmorangie Distillery

Glenmorangie Distillery

On a windy peninsula in the Northeast of Scotland, there stands the worldwide famous Glenmorangie Distillery and pours out its whisky with pride and dignity. The brand doesn't only care for tradition and authenticity when it comes to the production of its successful products but also focusses all its strategy on the history of the land.

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Awards

Best Single Malt Whisky (97) - The International Whisky Competition 2016

Reviews of Glenmorangie Signet

3.9

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2/5

Way too expensive for a bottle nothing special. ah. . yes it refers is too good
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Glenmorangie Signet.....déçu

4 /5

- Signet is a ground-breaking innovation delivering a velvet explosion of taste.
- The culmination of a lifetime's experience, signet is a fusion of unique elements, whose secrets are known only to Glenmorangie's whisky creators.
- A high roasted 'chocolate' malt matured in very rare casks, including virgin casks designed exclusively for Glenmorangie.
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4.5 /5

Just extraordinary.
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4 /5

Glenmorangie Signet content: 0.7 liters 46% vol. With dye Information In 1843, the Simple tile brewery was converted into a distillery. It was decided in 1920 that should be considered as the whiskey produced single malt to bottle. Glenmorangie first to bring distillery whiskeys at cask-strength on the market. The stills are 5.13 meters and is the highest in Scotland. The water (it is very hard and rich in minerals) from Tarlogie Hill. The spring rises on the premises. Glenmorangie likes to experiment. Many different bottlings are represented on the market. The standard bottlings have an age of 10 -, 15 - and 18 years and mature in ex-bourbon casks. Also whiskeys with a finish in sherry, port and Madeira casks. After 10 years of storage, the whiskeys for about two years, then transferred to the barrels just mentioned. The Ergebis convinced.
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