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Glenmorangie – The Nectar D’Or Tasting Notes

If you want an affordable single malt finish (that is, ending its maturation process in a cask of a different origin from its primary maturation cask), Glenmorangie is going to be your best bet in terms of value. They have … Continue reading

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Glenmorangie 12YO Quinta Ruban Tasting Notes

I’m a sucker for a good finish and lately I’ve been poking around all the port finishes of my favorite whiskies. My last tasting note was for the 2013 Laphroaig Cairdeas, which I really enjoyed, and today I’ll be looking … Continue reading

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Glenmorangie Ealanta

Whenever whisky is aged in barrels, the barrels are rarely virgin casks. They’ve typically had something else in them for a period of time. Macallan has a partnership with Jim Beam and Macallan is aged in what were formerly bourbon … Continue reading

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Start with frugal spirits, then graduate to premium ones

My day job involves writing a personal finance blog and a message I’ve written repeatedly on that site is that you should start with the basics and work your way up. By this I mean that when you first start … Continue reading

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How to Pronounce Scotch Whisky Names

Do you know how to pronounce Lagavulin? Glenfiddich? Glenmorangie? If you know those, you’re in pretty good shape. How about Bruichladdich? Caol Ila? Now, visit this website and play all the names. They have an audio file for a lot … Continue reading

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