Glen Moray Peated70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glen Moray Peated Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Light Gold
Nose: Layers of peat with background of vanilla. Tangy rhubarb and hints of leather.
Taste: Instant peat smoke, lightly spiced with creamy vanilla.
Finish: Long, sweet and spicy.
12 Customer Reviews
Brilliant peated whisky for good value.
For the price its not trying to be something its not. Very honest and although a young whiskey it has a good deal of flavour. It has a light colour that adds to its honesty. If they have added colour its minimal. Taste is very smooth, instant smokey notes and a slight bitterness that is a good type of bitter. Sweet and smokey after taste. A small amout of water or ice (preferance) makes all the difference. A very good honest value for money single malt.
Nothing to write home about it is pleated, but not bad,not good, just drinkable and no more
Smooth with a nice peaty taste alas thats almost the only taste there is to this whisky. On the up side it's reasonably cheap and smooth
Instant peat with some sweetness, not very long on the finish, great for the price though.
Ran across this while out of town. Could not find my normal selections. It was surprising smooth and a hint of sweet. For the price point, this an excellent introduction product. It is not bad as gift and will be added to my back wall sample collection. Nice discovery for the backwoods of Wisconsin.
After trying peated whiskys like highland park 12, laphroaig 10 and ardbeg I was looking forward to trying this product... And it didn't let me down! Lovely peat smoke coming through along with subtle hints of sweet vanilla to balance it out. If you like your whiskys medium peated and not too sweet this will be a great buy.. Lovely stuff!
It's nice but I don't really feel like I'm drinking whisky, too much vanilla and caster sugar.
Instantly smokey, a little sharp but generally pleasant. Good value for money.
Very drinkable whisky, in fact I got a bottle in to have the 'crack' with an old friend I'd not seen in years. Its a testament to the whisky after a few hours talking, we suddenly realised the bottle was empty.
Excellent value, surprisingly good bearing in mind it's not an Islay. Try it, you'll like it.
Great value for the money, with the one ingredient missing from the standard Glen Moray - a gentle hit of peat that makes it so much more interesting