Tag Archives: glen moray
Looking at a new expression from Glen Moray, the Fired Oak 10 year old.
Looking at a collection of new releases from independent bottler Claxtons Spirits (and unearthing a stunner in the process)
Featuring a vertical Glen Moray tasting as well as a ramble at how past pricing levels have impacted the perceived quality of this brand.
A look at a luxury special edition release to celebrate Glen Moray’s 120 anniversary.
A look at a distillery only bottling from Glen Moray.
Graham Coull, Master Distiller for Glen Moray, nominates a sentimental favourite as his Desert Island Dram
The weekend of the 9th till the 11th September saw the inaugural Spirit of Speyside:Distilled festival take place in Elgin. The annual Spirit of Speyside Festival is already well established but this was the first time they had brought many of their exhibitors together under one roof. Many of these exhibitors were not just whisky […]
£22 doesn’t buy you a lot these days. Certainly not when it comes to whisky anyway…. I’m not sure what Glen Moray are trying to do here when releasing this new expression at this low price point. They are either trying to target the entry level market or they are just challenging the rest of […]
I must admit that starting to tour distilleries was what really pushed my passion to a new level. The actual process of making the whisky itself really doesn’t change that much from distillery to distillery but seeing the variation in building design, still shapes, mash tuns etc is what excites me. The more you see, […]