The award-winning Glenmorangie is considered among many to be the most delicious malt whisky in the world.
The Glenmorangie Company has been distilling in the Scottish Highlands since 1843 and defines the art of creating super premium single malt whiskies.
The iconic Glenmorangie Original has been critically acclaimed for generations. It is the original expression of Glenmorangie’s elegant, floral brand – an intriguing marriage of delicate spirit and long, slow maturation in bourbon casks from Missouri. Luxury spirit drinkers worldwide are drawn to its exquisite finesse and alluring complexity.
The Glenmorangie Lasanta is full-bodied with a sweet flavor that comes from being extra matured in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks after at least 10 years in bourbon casks. The deep, enticing aroma attracts the luxury spirit drinkers who like to experiment.
The Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban has a velvety texture. It is extra matured in ruby port pipes from wine estates in Portugal, developing a voluptuously smooth and complex balance of sweet and dry flavours – rich, chocolatey and minty, reminiscent of a traditional Christmas dinner party.
The Glenmorangie Nectar D’Òr appeals to those with a more refined and sensual nature. Extra matured in hand-selected Sauternes wine barriques, it is rich and sumptuous with luscious lemony, syrupy flavours and the beguiling aroma of a French patisserie.
Glenmorangie’s ultimate new single malt, Signet, is an unorthodox, revolutionary whisky of extraordinary taste and unparalleled flavor. Unlike any other super premium spirit, every ingredient and detail is specially selected and bespoke, a creation of truly pioneering innovation, unrelenting passion and secrecy. This marriage of Glenmorangie’s rarest and oldest whiskies is the brand’s most innovative product to date, created from precious ingredients including high roasted ‘chocolate’ malted barley which delivers depth and intensity, and is matured in exclusive casks which allow it to develop sublime flavours and velvet textures.
Fun Fact: Glenmorangie has always had celebrity fans. In 1967, the beautiful French actress, Brigitte Bardot, visited a well-known Scottish inn. While sitting prettily perched on a bar stool, she asked the barman to recommend the best whisky in Scottland. He said, “Glenmorangie”. Upon sampling the delicious and alluring delicate malt, she ordered ten cases to be sent to her Swiss home and another ten to be sent to her French chateau.