Member Reviews and Ratings of Glenmorangie 10 Year Old
A solid everyday dram
This may confuse or enrage but this was my first scotch and I didn't hate it. The last spirit I had prior to this was buffalo trace and if this makes sense... This scotch falls similarly in drinkability to that. If you like four roses or buffalo trace but you want more complexity without being scared away from scotches... This might be your bottle. I was not expecting the "non linear" experience. The nosing was predictable but the first sip came in waves. The whisky burn actually ramped up more than I expected but it wasn't gratuitous. It felt appropriate for the flavor that it accompanied. I can certainly appreciate the appeal of Scotch vs. Bourbon after this experience but now I'm left wanting to visit the islay category to gain perspective.
Well balanced, full flavored, best 10 year old out there. Great everyday scotch for the budget minded.
Smooth, sweet, peppery. Pretty standard scotch, nice finish with a little burn. I'd very much like to try some older varietals.
Pretty and friendly
My standard smooth sweet whiskey. Great value!
Smooth and easy going, everyday drum. Really good.
Not my jam. Tastes like a run of the mill highland. Pepper... malt... little vanilla. Not unpleasant but tasts like a 25 dollar highland for 45 dollars.
Glenmorangie 10 yr: citrusy nose, initially sweet on the palate hints of vanilla, very pleasant smooth finish.7.5
Loved the complexity. sweet, honey finish. Almond butterscotch notes. Very smooth.
Like it. Great easy scotch. Fruity and sweet. great nose!
One of my favorite scotches to enjoy. Easy to drink
This is a real easy whiskey to drink. Smooth & sweet to the nose. Slight woody and spicy/ pepper aftertaste.
A good whiskey to start your journey on.
This was a gift from a friend. A good beginner scotch, he told me. He was right! Big Glenmo fan now.
Very smooth, honey and caramel with floral and orange citrus long flavours.
smooth and VERY easy to drink. No peat and slight caramel nose.
Aroma: sweet, honey
I think this is a good everyday Scotch, orange, nutmeg and cinnamon. Excellent price point
you can't beat this product for the price. I paid $30 and it was well worth it. Very sweet and smooth. I tasted nutmeg and banana bread!
Un-chill filtered, natural color gem. One of those never without bottles. It’s simple but at the same time (almost) perfect as it is.
A terrific starting point, this was one of my first single malts. While there are other big names that come to mind, this could define "highland" whiskey. However, unlike a Glenfiddich 12 this is not pure syrup vanilla and butterscotch. Complexity is to be found here. In addition to the honeyed orange peel there are wood notes and spice as well as some malt. You will likely move onto bigger and better things but this is one of the best beginner scotches you'll find in my opinion!
Favorite go too!
Fairly standard. Good neat and main vanilla notes
Great sipping scotch, smooth, simple flavors. Flowers and honey on the nose, fruity and light taste.
Solid highlands scotch
A simple but oh so good Glenmorangie the Original 10 year 👌
Sight 🧐 ; Lightly yellow, almost straw-coloured,
Nose 👃 ; Quite light, small florals and vanilla,
Taste 👅 ; Sweet honey, nuts, orange zest,
Finish 🇫🇮 ; Soothing, with nice lingering flavours of chocolate and vanilla,
7 / 10 🥃
Good... Some bite
About what you'd expect a scotch to be. Good standard bearer.
A bit and thin for my tastes. Far from a bad whisky, but it lacks the depth and complexity I prefer in a single malt. I’d definitely favor their 12YO offerings that have spent some time in a finishing cask (Lasanta, Quinta Ruban, etc) over this one.
Aroma: Floral, honey, mint, tropical fruits, sweet, alcohol
Taste: spicy, malty
Missing some components that I look for in a scotch - making it somewhat forgettable - but overall very balanced and easy to drink.