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Launched in January 2012, the fourth annual release Glenmorangie’s Private Edition range. Scots Gaelic for ‘skilled and ingenious’, Ealanta is a 19 Year Old Glenmorangie, matured in heavily toasted virgin American white oak casks made with oaks from the Mark Twain National Forest.Read more
Clear, golden amber.
Butterscotch, vanilla custard and creamy fudge with stewed fruit, brazil nuts and mild oak.
Slightly sweet, fudge, brazil nuts, stewed fruit and balanced spicy (ginger beer) oak.
Vanilla custard and dry spicy oak more evident in the medium finish, particularly clove and ginger with lingering buttery biscuit.
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A limited edition released in September 2014 as part of anCnoc’s ‘peated malt’ collection, Cutter is named after the hand tool used to cut peat from less wet, shallower bogs. The drier peat cut by this tool burns easily producing a whisky that has a medium-heavy smokiness.
Little Oban Bay is blended using Oban whisky matured in three different cask types: refill casks with new ends, European sherry seasoned oak, predominantly American oak refill hogsheads. The blend is then married in small relatively inactive American oak casks.
Distilled in 1994 at Aberfeldy and aged 20 years. This single hogshead was bottled in 2014 yielding 242 bottles. ‘Melon Vine’ is part of a range of single cask malts from Wemyss (prounced 'weems') with names inspired by each whisky's flavour.
Distilled in 1997 at Clynelish and aged 17 years. This single hogshead cask was bottled in 2014 yielding 373 bottles. ‘Cayenne Cocoa Bean’ is part of a range of single cask malts from Wemyss (prounced 'weems') with names inspired by each whisky's flavour.