Glen Moray Classic

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glen Moray Classic
Web Exclusive Price £22.95 £19.13 ex VAT (£32.79 per litre)
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Glen Moray Classic is the distillery's entry-level single malt, aged for an average of seven years in ex-bourbon casks, of which a high percentage are first fill - easy drinking, honeyed and excellent value.

Please Note

  • Minor damages on presentation box.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside
Cask Type
Bourbon
Colouring
Yes

Glen Moray Classic Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Rocky

    • Nose:

      Rather closed, with just the malted sweetness coming through.

    • Palate:

      Light, grassy and sweet with notes of green apple and lemon.

    • Finish:

      Medium-length and slightly drying with the lemon notes remaining through to the end.

    • Comment:

      An easy-to-drink, entry-level single malt that’s a bargain at this price.

65 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    20 September

    Exceptional value. Smooth and soft on the palate with fruity flavours.

  • 4
    8 July

    Far from complex but pleasant enough – it's sweet, citrusy and smooth. You can't knock if for the price either.

  • 4
    25 February

    Lovely mouth coverage – almost chewable – with honey and vanilla notes, ending with a long spiced finish.

  • 2
    23 February

    A rather bland, uncomplicated whisky that will probably benefit from a drop of water.

  • 5
    22 January

    Superb whisky at a sensible price.

  • 4
    13 January

    I’ve just moved up to single malts and this has to be my favorite. Now I’m gonna move on to the next level of Glen Moray.

  • 5
    7 January

    5 stars, because a Scotch in this price range of this age should not be this easy. Notes of wood and vanilla. Delicious.

  • 5
    6 January

    Brilliant whisky. Tried the first time and enjoyed it very much! Very rich flavor! Deep taste! Strong, but gentle at the same time! Definitely will buy again! :-)

  • 5
    27 October 2018

    Just getting into whisky. While this isn't quite as smooth as some, it's very tasty and hasn’t to much added colour to it x

  • 4
    3 September 2018

    Tastes good - certain sweetness that lingers on the tongue. Slight burn on going down although that might be because I'm not a huge drinker.

  • 5
    12 July 2018

    good

  • 3
    30 May 2018

    As an entry level Malt it's not too bad. Quite nice and delicate....sweet and a little floral. After a couple it's exactly what you need when watching Shaun of the Dead

  • 3
    7 May 2018

    Not realy interesting.I expected a litle more.

  • 5
    24 April 2018

    I give this one a 5 star rating for one simple reason: you'll never find an easier drinking bottle of Scotch for $20. Everybody has a different palate with different preferences, and if you're looking for a smooth drinking single malt with a hint of sweetness, this is hands down the best bang for the buck.

  • 2
    19 March 2018

    Not a big whiskey drinker, but will try something else next time.

  • 5
    21 February 2018

    Glen Moray Port Cask Finish and the 16 Yr Old version are exquisite, well-priced single malt whiskies! This is based on trying many over the past 25 years: The Balvenie Portwood and Founder's Reserve are rivals. In part, I consider value, which includes price. For price and taste, Arran 10 year-old was also an excellent, well-priced comparison. Of course, everyone loves to discover their likes and dislikes; that is a huge part of the single-malt adventure. I've settled into finding good value in escalating ranges: $40-50, $52-60, $61-70, etc. Glen Moray offers a great buying, tasting experience. Unfortunately, sharing my view I find others also discovered the wonderful value and flavor of Glen Moray making it less available in Halifax, NS. Bring it back, please :))

  • 5
    12 January 2018

    It’s an entry level whisky, however for the price you get a smooth single malt whiskey. It can be enjoyed with anything, Very smooth and warm, it is a standard whisky and would be a good pub house whisky as it does not have a strong influencing taste, non peat so smoke just a very smooth drink

  • 4
    4 January 2018

    Really easy to drink with a single cube of ice or at room temperature... yet to try it mixed but I imagine it's nice.. really underrated imo

  • 5
    2 January 2018

    Very easy to drink and quite sweet mixes well but just as good on it's own.

  • 5
    27 December 2017

    fantastic, smooth and delicate

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