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Glenmorangie 12 Sherry Wood Finish
Added on Saturday, Nov 17, 2007 at 12:00 AM
This was discontinued in 2007 when Glenmorangie revamped their line and packaging.
Member Ratings and Notes
Plain and sort of (what I hate to fall back on a descriptor for, but) a regular "Scotchy" flavor, meaning sort of Sherried and mildly mouth-filling and down-the middle. But not bad.
Reminds me of Johnnie Blue. Smooth. Finish disappears. Where's the sherry?
Pretty good, easy drinking.
Smooth but empty.
Young, light sugar and marzipan. Light alcohol.
Sweet, floral nose. Palate is sweet, caramel. Candy finish.
N: Very maple syrupy, cake batter, butter.
P: Where's the sherry?
I like the nose of classic young sherry. The palate is just.....too much like everything plain on the market. Balvenie Doublewood like for a lot more cash.
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