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Drink Review: Glen Moray Classic

Glen Moray Classic is the distillery’s entry-level single malt, aged for an average of seven years in ex-bourbon casks, of which a high percentage are first fill – easy drinking, honeyed and excellent value.

Glen Moray Scotch Review:

A nice honey is in the palate. A little harsh start, just drink it, let it come and go into the hands  and fell   into a very nice and soft sweeter aftertaste. Recommended.

A nice palate is full of honey, no harsh aftertaste at all and a nice long sweet ends, which ends with a little bitterness and a little spicy aftertaste, the wash drive.

Closest to the source and distillery bottlings Glen Moray is certainly no slouch. A round, sweet, faint peaty flavor with a smooth sweet finish. Well rounded and tasty.

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 1:

Glen Moray Classic in my book is well below the cost of the cost of making any other oat-based scotch, so it should be considered for those who are unable to afford the more expensive single malts, but not at the prices of blended scotch or scotch sweet and spicy.

Glen Moray Classic is the distillery’s entry-level single malt, aged for an average of seven years in ex-bourbon casks, of which a high percentage are first fill – easy drinking, honeyed and excellent value.

A low octane, light body, fruity mouth, very soft and smooth. After the wash dies down, we are left with a nice pleasant taste of sweetness and honey. Great on a hot summer day, ideal to sip and be happy.

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 2:

A very soft drink and a nice delicious finish.A must for all fans of honey. A great return to the roots of the Glen Moray distillery. A great version of Scotch that is very easy to drink and very pleasant from start to finish. Recommended!

Worthless. A nice honey and a pleasant and nice sweetness that starts and stops after the wash added, a little harsh and then a soft finish that then begins to end and a finish of fire when the water disappears.

A nice smooth body, with flavors of honey, peat, honey and of course not very long after the wash has passed. Excellent for a hot summer day.

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 3:

Glen Moray Classic. A very nice honey taste, a little harsh and aftertaste that becomes sweet and pleasant. Later on, rough finish with a bitter touch, but only when washed away. Recommended.

The Glen Moray Classic is a nice, delicate and sweet creamy honey taste. Noticeable aftertaste of honey and a salty finish.Very nice and recommended.

A wild flavor, with a creamy sweet mouth, with the body of a light body and discreet hints of peat. Then a very weak and soft finish right after the water disappears.

Glen Moray Classic 100 proof is a light and soft tasting whisky, with a taste that is very sweet and has a long sweet finish that ends with a little bitterness. Recommended.

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 4:

A nice clean creamy taste of honey and peat.Noticeable aftertaste of peat. Recommended.

A nice little solid body, with a soft and tasty butt. The nose of this whisky is worthy of its profile and the finish is nice and lasting.

Very nice and sweet at the beginning with a nice slow mouth feel. Subtle spices are not too apparent and only rise to the surface after the water is gone. Very nice.

The first thing that you notice when opening the bottle of Glen Moray Classic is the mild smell that has a little something that reminds me of a scented candle.

The nose is very balanced and mild, with a slight feel of wax. A nice long finish that ends with a mild and undetectable tangy aftertaste. A very pleasant and mild drink overall

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 5:

A very mild sweet aroma, with a medium body that lingers on the palate. The body is very nice and the finish is clean, leaving the mouth feeling very clean. This is the original and best Glen Moray.

The first thing you notice about this whisky is the aroma, a beautiful smell of honey that fills the nose on the way in. The body is very sweet and the finish is very mild and soft, leaving the mouth feeling very clean. Recommended.

Very smooth and light, with a subtle sweetness that lingers on the palate. A light and sweet body.A nice and subtle sweetness that lingers on the palate of this whisky.Sweet taste.

Glen Moray Classic Scotch Review 6:

A very light and smooth mouth feel. Starts with a little sweetness and a gentle sweetness and is followed by a little peaty flavor. There is a nice bitter note and the slight tanginess of the finish is quite pleasant.

Ask anyone who’s tasted the whisky ‘is it the honey peat mist?’ This is it. An exquisite malt, a little on the sweet side, but then the peat follows. Melts in the mouth rapidly but with a slight burn. Great on the rocks!

Someone asked me the other day if I liked the old Glen Moray. I said yes, but I didn’t like the new. Since then I have tried the new and the old and it is the old that I now like the most.

Written by Mark Adams

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