Why do you think this Single Malt is the #1 selling Single Malt in all of Scotland? Because it is the best example of what a Single Malt should taste like. Spend more if you want to impress someone with the cost of a whisky, but buy this if you want to impress someone with the taste of a whisky. I love the 10 year old because of the flavor profile that has a hint of sweetness and an exceptional amount of drinkability. The Port Wood finished Glenmo is quite possibly the finest Whisky that Scotland has ever produced.
Gregposted 5 years ago
Please don't mix this fine product with ginger ale, its best all by Itself!
Robposted 5 years ago
This was my first single malt scotch. I've been hooked on them ever since.
L. Apodacaposted 5 years ago
Several days after the most successful elk hunt I've ever been on, (we never killed an elk, but passed up many that we saw so that we simply could enjoy the outdoor experience) my hunting partner gave me a bottle of original 10 year old Glenmorangie as a gift, and laird and begorrah, I've never been the same since. A wonderful way to spend an evening with a glass of Scottish nectar and friends.
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