Glenmorangie Signet

Glenmorangie Signet


Flavour

malty spicy


Location

Flag of ScotlandScotland, Highland


Type

Single Malt


€180

Price indication

What does the whisky taste like?

Whisky Character

Fresh
Warm
Mild
Full
Smooth
Spicy


Taste mentions

Facts about the whisky

ABV

46%

Colouring

Yes

Type

single malt

The Glenmorangie Signet is known for its deep, dark color and notes of espresso, dark chocolate, and orange peel on the nose. The Signet is a non-age statement whisky, which means that it is a blend of different aged whiskies rather than being from a specific year. However, it is widely acknowledged that the Signet is a premium whisky that has been crafted using some of the finer and rarer casks available.

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About the distillery

Distillery

Glenmorangie

Glenmorangie is a Scottish whisky distillery located in Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland. Founded in 1843, it is one of the older distilleries in Scotland. The distillery is known for producing single malt whisky using barley and pure spring water from the Tarlogie Springs, located on the distillery grounds. Glenmorangie's signature style is characterized by its light and delicate flavours. The distillery produces a variety of single malt whiskies, including the Glenmorangie Original, which is aged for ten years in ex-bourbon casks, and the Glenmorangie Signet, which is a unique blend of whiskies aged up to 40 years in a combination of different casks. In addition to its traditional single malt whiskies, Glenmorangie has also released several experimental and limited edition expressions, including the Private Edition range, which showcases innovative maturation techniques and unique cask finishes.

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About the Glenmorangie Signet

Glenmorangie Signet is a Single Malt whisky originating from Scotland. The whisky is distilld in the region Highland. Expect a malty and spicy taste. Read all about this whisky on Distilld!