|Article:||Glenmorangie The Taghta|
|Whisk(e)y type:||Scotch Single Malt|
|Barrel:||Ex-bourbon casks, finish in ex-Manzanilla sherry casks.|
|Flavour:||A curiously nutty and salty nose, reminiscent of brazil nuts embedded in toffee, hints of linseed oil, and some savoury cured ham. A splash of water opens up the whisky, bringing into play a burst of aged balsamic vinegar, dried fruits, tangy-orange, and a gentle reminder of incense and spice.|
|Taste:||The texture is oily and viscous, with a delicious primary flavour of caramelised orange and lemon, plump sultanas, a hint of brown sugar, but then a wave of salty, briny notes - olives, sdalted cashew nuts and some nice, toasty oak flavours, like walnut and leather.|
|Finish:||Long, rich, mellow and soothing, with flavours of toffee, caramel, chocolate and dates.|
Original Tasting Notes.
Thata, from the Scottish Gaelic, means "chosen".
Glenmorangie Taghta, the chosen one.
This whisky was specially selected by the Head of Distilling and Whisky Creation, Dr. Bill Lumsden, and then shaped by consumers as part of the Glenmorangie Cask Masters programme.
|Country of origin:||Scotland|
|Address:||Ross-shire, Tain IV19 1PZ Scotland|