Glen Moray Classic

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glen Moray Classic
Web Exclusive Price £22.45 £18.71 ex VAT (£32.07 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.

55 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 days ago

    good

  • 3
    30 May

    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

    Not realy interesting.I expected a litle more.

  • 5
    24 April

    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

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

  • 5
    21 February

    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

    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

    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

    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

  • 4
    9 December 2017

    I gave this a 3 star for taste. It is smooth with some hints of bourbon from casking. I had to imagine some of the flavours mentioned in the review's, honey, citrus, vanilla, but I get a warm smooth malt from a price band usually associated with a harsh bitter dram. Due to the value for money and bonny presentation it goes up to a 4 for me. I'll display it and offer it to visitors, but they'll have to be quick as it's so easy to drink!

  • 2
    2 December 2017

    Bought this as an " emergency liquor" for the end of an evening. Just broke the seal and had a dram in isolation to test! Think Grouse or Google swish liquor, it's hard to get it in you, but I've tasted worse. For an end of the nighter emergency bottle you could do worse!reminds me of drinking my grand father whisky as a child, harsh!

  • 5
    26 November 2017

    For the price this is very good. It gets better as the bottle goes on. Citrusy but not too sharp. Highly recommend.

  • 5
    23 November 2017

    Was my first foray into single malt having been put off whisky for near 15 years (bad experience with a bottle of bells as a teenager) it’s sweet and smooth and has just enough smoky oak to not destroy its delicate taste, needless to say speyside whiskys are now amongst my favourite drams

  • 3
    6 November 2017

    I’ll give this three stars. It is a good value and I’d describe it as gentle. It’s a good Scotch to serve to people curious about Scotch but who have not experienced it. If you are a Scotch drinker you’d probably be happier with something else.

  • 5
    3 November 2017

    Nice whisky very easy to drink I have tried all sorts of Whisky but this one suits me for its taste and it’s very easy on the palate

  • 2
    5 October 2017

    I concur with the previous two star raters (Jay and John). This is an OK whiskey (Elgin Heritage) that I bought today because I am searching for a cheaper alternative that is comparable to the Glenlivet I enjoy. The search continues!

  • 5
    1 October 2017

    A great tasting scotch, at a very affordable price, this has become one of my favorites!

  • 5
    21 September 2017

    Execelent malt one of the best I have tasted l am 90 years of age and have been drinking for a long time always in a moderate way.

  • 5
    29 August 2017

    This is an exceptionaal Scotch. The price is almost too low for such a wonderful vanilla, yet peaty scotch. It’s golden.

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