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Glen Moray Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Year Old Fired Oak 70cl £22 @ Morrisons
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Glen Moray Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Year Old Fired Oak 70cl £22 @ Morrisons

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Posted 10th JunEdited by:"boniek61"

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(Min basket £40 + up to £5 delivery)

At my local shop and online.
Blackcurrant jam and chewy licorice toffee. Pleasantly sweet and spicy with layers of vanilla oak.
Yes, I know that from £20 to £25 you can find good single malt, but for me this is first story with Glen Moray 10 years old, and after 4 glasses is OK :-)
Cheers!
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Not tried this but would for this price. I’ll keep an eye out.(y)
Good price. If you're going to go 40% then this is the way to do it, with, cheap young age statement whisky. Heat added.
Mark_EvansA8j10/06/2020 23:37

Good price. If you're going to go 40% then this is the way to do it, with, …Good price. If you're going to go 40% then this is the way to do it, with, cheap young age statement whisky. Heat added.



Mark_EvansA8j10/06/2020 23:37

Good price. If you're going to go 40% then this is the way to do it, with, …Good price. If you're going to go 40% then this is the way to do it, with, cheap young age statement whisky. Heat added.



gazham10/06/2020 23:01

Not tried this but would for this price. I’ll keep an eye out.(y)


Single Malt less than 40%-which?
Edited by: "boniek61" 10th Jun
boniek6110/06/2020 23:47

Single Malt less than 40%-which?


None that I know of. Its a legal minimum right?
Fair price for an age statement whisky. Not tried it myself, but would probably pick up a bottle at this price, even if it is 40% with colour added and chill filtration
Edited by: "andrewp" 11th Jun
This is going to be a good one
Never tried this any comments about what it is like?
Whisky noob here and I've got a bit of a smashed old palate so can't quite pick out the subtle layers that others may, but I'm just enjoying my first dram of this after the missus got it from Morrisons earlier today (without even being asked!)

Neat at room temperature. This has a creamy mouth-feel and is smooth to drink, but with a good kick of spicy, peppery heat as it goes down. Pleasant finish, not too short. I'll try it with a drop of water later to see how it opens up. I'm finding I'm enjoying the several Speyside whiskies I've tried. I'd buy this again.
scrumpypaul11/06/2020 20:00

Whisky noob here and I've got a bit of a smashed old palate so can't quite …Whisky noob here and I've got a bit of a smashed old palate so can't quite pick out the subtle layers that others may, but I'm just enjoying my first dram of this after the missus got it from Morrisons earlier today (without even being asked!)Neat at room temperature. This has a creamy mouth-feel and is smooth to drink, but with a good kick of spicy, peppery heat as it goes down. Pleasant finish, not too short. I'll try it with a drop of water later to see how it opens up. I'm finding I'm enjoying the several Speyside whiskies I've tried. I'd buy this again.


Nice, thanks for the review. Might pop over to Morrisons tomorrow and buy a bottle myself 😁
Sorry for late comments, picked up a few weeks ago from Morrison’s; had some expectations for a 10 years old fire cask, I found it on a stronger side, perhaps too fiery for me, would rather add another £3-4 next time and get a better dram like Old Pulteny or Chardu Gold, all available around £25 when on deal.
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