Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old70cl / 46%
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
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Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old Reviews
18 Customer Reviews
I have to agree that the kick is something one needs to aware of. Otherwise, a fine,aromatic Single Malt that often goes unappreciated...
Love it. First bought a"baby bottle" of it at the Edinburgh castle in Scotland. Have been hooked ever since.
For those who like to taste their Scotch, beware the first sip; it''s got a bigger kick than most in this range. Later sips bring out the nutmeg mostly, less so the raisin and there is no hint of orange here. Still, a fine, hard Scotch one needs to be careful with. I use ice here where I would not usually do with others, including Glenmorangie''s 10 y.o. standard.
Very nice indeed. Love the burn. Freezes the mouth for a few moments after a hearty swallow.
I love this. Best one out of the Glenmorangie group. Best $40-50 scotch you can buy
Not normally a Glenmorangie drinker but picked up a bottle of this on special offer at the supermarket, very impressed indeed. Wonderful nose and very very smooth indeed! Definitely will buy this again.
A superb whiskey, you can just settle down with a bottle and let it empty itself, the depths are fantastic and very smooth and warming
As a newcomer to Whisky i was bought a Glenmorangie Original for xmas and am now hooked. So now ive got a bottle of this, loving it only trouble is these bottles seem to leak as they empty rather quickly.
I bought a bottle of this just before new year (from a supermarket sadly, but only because I had a gift voucher). I opened it as the film "Avatar" was coming on, and settled down into the film with the bottle within reach (which we all know is a rookie mistake). The whisky is sweet and divine, far better than the Lasanta in my opinion. You can keep your 3D glasses; I recommend the Avatar Quinta Ruban version! It made my new year :-)
I have to agree with jorj. The nose is stunning. Turkish delight and...Christmas, basically. Chai spice. Theres definitely a very faint, almost unnoticeable hint of Fresh hospital bandages and sweet orange peel. Quite different. Short burn, Wonderful long aftertaste. Worth the Zlotys (I'm in Poland at the moment.)