"Quite deep for a Glenmorangie, but still surprisingly balanced. Glenmorangie is a lighter-style spirit and, in the past, some of the older vintage expressions were heavy-handed on the wood. The oak aging is obvious on the nose, but this whisky manages to walk the thin line between enjoying the maturity and depth of an older whisky without too much oak influence."
- 91 points Whisky Advocate, Summer 2008
Region: Highlands (smooth and floral). Scotland's largest region embraces a wide variety of malt whiskies, with the north showing more maritime character and the center more floral notes.