This review focuses on a delicious Glen Moray and this expression was distilled in 2007, matured in a bourbon hogshead for 10 years before being bottled at a cask strength abv of 60% in 2018.
So, let's dive right into the review!
The Single Cask Glen Moray 2007 10 Years Old (60% abv)
Nose: Intense bourbon hints followed by rose water, a tropical hint as well as malt, lots of barley sugar and floral notes. An intensely sweet opening. Palate: Sweet and very bourbon-esque. Malty, gristy, grassy and somewhat tropical with hints of lime and just a touch of kiwi. Soya beans also emerge and it is rather punchy. Finish: Medium to long finish, with the bourbon notes being complemented by cinnamon, nutmeg, oak and malt.
This expression is available for purchase by the dram or as a part of a flight and can also be purchased by the bottle at the following link: