Happy Robbie Burns day (January 25) to all of our Scotch of the Month Club devotees. This months whisky would surely be approved by the “greatest common man”, Robert Burns himself.
This month’s scotch selection is a personal favourite. While the youngest whisky produced at the Glenmorangie distillery, this scotch retains a refined and bold taste.
Glenmorangie Ten Years Old is a Single Highland Malt Whisky of great character and heritage, of unique flavour, bouquet and colour. It is produced in limited quantities in the time-honoured fashion by a small band of dedicated craftsman, the Sixteen Men of Tain.
With a light fragrance, and balanced flavour this is a great scotch to begin with, but complex and refined enough for the seasoned taster to enjoy as well.
A while back we had some interest in bottling practices behind certain scotches. Please see: White Labeling Single Malts for the original article.
I contacted the Vintage Malt Whisky Company Limited and they were extremely gracious in their response to some of my quesitons:
“Many thanks for making contact with us and for your interest in our Ileach Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky. I am delighted to hear that you… Continue reading
This is a more expensive whisky, but I found the taste so intriguing, that I had to make it this months scotch of the month. Continue reading
I first sampled this month’s scotch selection at a Robbie Burns celebration years ago. Continue reading