Glenmorangie Signet

70cl / 46%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glenmorangie Signet
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Web Exclusive Price £130 £108.33 ex VAT (£185.71 per litre)
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A delicious no-age-statement dram from Glenmorangie, some of the spirit in Signet has been made using a unique heavily roasted chocolate malt that really beefs up the rich flavours. The packaging is impressive, too.
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Glenmorangie Signet Reviews

38 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 May

    I received this as a gift for my 65th birthday! It is wonderful. It is so good it is scary. You could find yourself drinking this way to fast.

  • 2
    20 April

    A chocoholic's delight, but unfortunately not mine.

  • 4
    31 March

    Love yhis pour, I have purchased this several times and have never been dissapointed!

  • 5
    18 March

    I absolutely love this product!!!!!

  • 5
    27 November 2015

    3rd bottle now finished awesome whisky just awesome

  • 5
    18 November 2015

    like drinking christmas pudding soaked through christmas cake !

  • 5
    13 November 2015

    Had this at a tasting threes days ago and can''t stop thinking about it. It''s everything I like about stout but encapsulated in a whisky. Bittersweet, tastes like chocolate-covered raisins. Worth the price.

  • 1
    1 November 2015

    Bought this as a 40th birthday treat being a lover of whiskey and I have to say it doesn''t live up to its price tag. I''ve tasted better 10 year old Malts.

  • 5
    8 September 2015

    One of the best whiskeys i have ever tasted top 3 of my list.

  • 5
    24 December 2014


  • 3
    30 October 2014

    I have had two bottles of this, one in 2011, blown away by its mouth filling chocolate cereal, balance and punch. The second bottle was a real disappointment, had non of these qualities and was a little subdued, almost flat in flavour and alcohol.

  • 5
    27 October 2014

    Excellent! I enjoy the original .

  • M. Helminen 14 October 2013

    I found this disappointing considering the rave reviews it's gotten. A glass of this shared the table with a Glenfarclas 21, a Dailuaine 27 from Adelphi, Brora 2003 and Port Ellen 7th release, and the Signet couldn't beat any of them. A sort of a charred, coffe aroma-enrichened Glenmorangie but not particularly complex or rich. For this rather heavy price more value is easy to find.

  • Scotch Fan 15 September 2013

    Phenomenal dram from the Glenmorangie distillery. Whether Signet deserves its price tag argument being completely customer-dependent -thus, relative, this is the very dram which Glenmorangie has outdone itself, that's for sure! Fancy packaging is not to be criticized for the very same reason either, because a dram that is so unique and fabulous certainly deserves to be spoiled also in this regard. Well done, Glenmorangie.

  • Anonymous 6 July 2013

    La experiencia de un Signet se recuerda toda la vida. Es indudablemente una obra de arte de la casa Glenmorangie.

  • Stu 2 May 2013

    The holy grail of whisky. Well behaved and full of chocolate,dark sugars and fruit and leaves a velvet covering on the tongue like chocolate does which no doubt is the combination of the rare high roast malt and single estate cadboll barley with a generous helping of the vast and precious wealth of knoll-age the sixteen men of Tain have. Whisky this good usually commands much more money so in my eyes it's a steel at this price !.

  • blank 9 April 2013

    My friends and I hold whisky gatherings at least 3-4 times a year, one of our flock has a liking for glenmorangie and has presented us with a long line of relatively uninteresting commercial tasting specimens so I wasnt expecting much from the Signet but oh boy was I wrong, this has got to be in my top three malts ive tasted for many a bottle, far better than even the Old Pulteney 21 Mr Murray just awarded top swig of 2012 (a bottle we also had at the same sitting).

  • John : Fife 4 April 2013

    Got a bottle of this as a present today. I am not whisky drinker but after reading the reviews I cannot wait to get home and pour a glass. Thankfully I am off work tomorrow.

  • HWD 16 March 2013

    To my mind a dram designed more for the Asian export markets, or for those new to drinking whisky. Far too sweet and chocolatey for my tastes. I opened a bottle with a few members of the SMWS with great fanfare, but sadly there was no interest in a second helpings.

  • Sean Petch 8 January 2013

    I have a glass of this in my hand as I write this, and although I think packaging which is undoubtedly beautiful has increased the price it is still a fantastic whisky! I'm waiting for my bottle of sonnalta px to compare as there's a good £40 in the price difference! All scepticism aside I'd buy this again, but everyone's palates are different so is a review really gospel to go by???

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