Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old

70cl / 46%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old
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Glenmorangie's Quinta Ruban was upgraded in late 2010, and is now sporting a 12yo age statement where previously there was none.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
12 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Region
Highland
Cask Type
Port Finish
Colouring
Yes

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Nutmeg Nutmeg
  • Raisins Raisins
  • Orange Orange
  • Port Port

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old Reviews

24 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    17 May

    "Nose" (undiluted) Orange peel, dark chocolate, faint hospital bandages with medicinal ointment, and freshly turned over, early morning, damp earth, as you hunt for worms for that fishing trip. "Palate" (undiluted) Rich, velvety, mouth filling body of loganberry, blackberries, raspberries. Think Christmas fruitcake with lots of chunks of dark plum, raisins and dark cake bread. "Finish" (undiluted) Fantastic finish. What started initially as sweet quickly became mouth watering, and then dry and by the time you swallow, you are left with dusty apricot and port wine notes.

  • 4
    25 March

    Color: deep and thick gold red. Style: m?dium body and richness without smoke. Nose: full of diferents berries and port wife notes. Palate: sweet and thick. Full of port and diferents berries notes mis and asociares of Orange. Very good expression of the port Cask extra mature. Finish: great and prolong port wine notes and a little nut taste. Very good Single Malt Scotch

  • 5
    18 March

    I doubt that there is a scotch or Irish Whiskey under $300 that I haven't purchased a bottle of or at least tried at my whisky watering hole. There have been many a dram sampled above that price range in the last 3 years. Without question, and by far, this is the best of the bunch. I love the Macallan 25 year old Sherry Cask, but it doesn't hold a candle to this diamond in the rough. It won't be my sole whisky on the shelf. I'll have a Redbreast 12, a Midleton rare, a Balvenie 12, and this bottle. I'll say this though, I can live without the others if I run out. I will not wait to run out of this bottle before buying another. There will always be a full bottle waiting in the wings. This is the only bottle that I take so much care in insuring availability to myself and my guests.

  • 4
    25 December 2015

    First tried this scotch when it was called Glenmorangie Port...Loved it from the first sip....With water and ice, this scotch goes down smoothly...proven by myself and friends... As stated by others, this bottle seems to empty itself !!

  • 2
    22 October 2015

    I find the port, spices and a lot of youngish wood (pencils, vanilla), but this malt is way too short on actual malt notes IMO.

  • 4
    20 September 2015

    Just poured my final glass of the bottle, my grandfather and I have gone through this bottle a lot faster than planned. This is a very morish dram with a sweet nose with a hint of berries which is also present in the taste, a hint of vanilla too. The palate is a bit watery in texture, sweet and slightly spiced with a slight burn, a touch of dried fruits with orange peel too. The finish lingers just enough to leave you wanting more. For the price I would highly recommend to anyone wanting a drop of something different and to feel like you are drinking expensive scotch without breaking the bank

  • 4
    31 July 2015

    I have to agree that the kick is something one needs to aware of. Otherwise, a fine,aromatic Single Malt that often goes unappreciated...

  • 5
    28 July 2015

    Love it. First bought a"baby bottle" of it at the Edinburgh castle in Scotland. Have been hooked ever since.

  • 4
    23 July 2015

    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.

  • 4
    15 April 2015

    Very nice indeed. Love the burn. Freezes the mouth for a few moments after a hearty swallow.

  • 5
    11 February 2015

    I love this. Best one out of the Glenmorangie group. Best $40-50 scotch you can buy

  • 5
    17 January 2015

    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.

  • Ross 8 December 2013

    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

  • Anonymous 18 June 2012

    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.

  • MrDJB 26 May 2012

    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 :-)

  • B. 14 March 2012

    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.)

  • Jason's Scotch Whisky Reviews 2 February 2012

    "Nose": Orange peel, dark chocolate, faint hospital bandages with medicinal ointment, and freshly turned over, early morning, damp earth, as you hunt for worms for that fishing trip. "Palate": Rich, velvety, mouth filling body of loganberry, blackberries, raspberries. Think Christmas fruitcake with lots of dark, chunks of plum, raisins and dark cake bread. "Finish": Fantastic finish. Dusty apricot and port wine notes.

  • Travis Kingdon 28 January 2012

    Good stuff Billy, indeed it is very good. Nice mint and chocolate notes. If your dollar can spare it maybe try there Nectar Dor or Original aswell.

  • Billy 21 January 2012

    This is the best Scotch I have ever had. I received it for Christmas and I only drink it on rare occasions because I am a college student and it will be a few years before I can buy this on a regular basis!

  • Anonymous 13 December 2011

    one of the best what a taste my number on for smooth whiskies.

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