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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Glenmorangie The Duthac
This was fine. Sweet and easy, but perhaps a little too easy? Not much complexity and very little to finish.
Immediately I could feel ripe plums and raisins with honey and light buttery aroma. Slightly nutty and smooth on the palate. Ends quickly and without adding new flavours. I was expecting something more from a PX aged/finished scotch.
The sweetness and fruitiness makes it a really smooth to drink. A very good whisky for beginner to start with.
I’m not the biggest fan of this family of Scotches — I love Islays— but if you want a honey and butter dram you’ll like this. I don’t get the ginger at all. A bit of water makes it easier to sip and even more honey-butter.
Good dram. Honey and smooth buttery finish
Honey and smooth. Not usually a fan, but the best Glenmorangie I’ve tasted yet.
Smooth before a quick bite which slowly fades. Honey flavors with citrus and spice
The nose was light with pears, oak and spice. The taste was briefly spicy that quickly faded to a sweetness with a hint of oak. The finish was medium with a lasting sweet/spice mix. Overall, I found the dram to be smooth and sweet, almost to a fault. However, The Duthac is a great sipper for those who have trouble with the Wall. I would most likely buy at the right price to have in my cabinet.
Nice. Easy to drink. Mostly sweet wit a little spice to balance.
Initial nosing reveals citrus with some honey tones. Honey, lemon/citrus/zest initially then some dark chocolate comes through near the end. Flavors open up more as it sits. I enjoyed it. Nice sipping. Glenmorangie doesn’t disappoint.
Very pleasant. Light and sweet. Would happily drink again.
This was a gift from my wife, since I can't find another bottle this will have to wait before I can review the dram.
Smooth with a nice long bite at the end.
Very good. Nice citrus aroma and flavor. Get a hint of ginger, honey, and citrus on the palate.
Sweet and smooth finish
As a huge fan of Glenmorangie, I was not shocked to find this one very tasty. Just another beautiful dram from a great distillery.
Full and rich taste, with some flavors of dark fruits and chocolate. Great sipping scotch.
Very mild. Not a lot of flavor
It is a classic, rich, Single Malt Scotch Whisky with a rich & aromatic birth; while a fresh & full life leads to a long & rich death with baking spice & dark chocolate notes.
Honey & plum on the nose. Palate: spicy, honey, ginger, a hint of medicinal ortho-cresol phenols. A whiff of floral.
On the nose a sweet fruit note, and then a cereal malt wafts in. A sweet candy is there. The palate finds vanilla and more fruit. No alcohol burn. An easy drinker. Nice for casual and practiced drinkers.
Glenmorangie was the first bottle of scotch to grace my bar and as the brand that started my love affair for scotch, I've always had a soft spot for their whiskies. This one did not let me down. Buttery smooth, floral, and fruity with just a slight hint of spice, exquisite. Now where can I find a bottle?
Very sweet in front for a scotch. A lot of varying character.
Sweet nose. Honey and spice. Very smooth with a touch of ginger spice in the finish.
Really nice taste. Can definitely get that honey notes!!!
Less smooth than other glenmorangie scotches I've had, but more spice and dark fruit flavors. Not bad, but not amazing.
Smooth and perfectly okay.
Enjoyed it... but it didn’t “knock my socks off”. Pleasant flavors. But lacked a bit of the depth, the spice, and the flavor I prefer.
An easy drinking scotch with a nice depth on the finish. The honey adds a nice, mellow taste.
This was pleasent suprise. The taste comes in 3waves first honey and bit fruity, then pepper comes lingering and last full sherry goodnes. It's sweet but good.
Buttery and sweet with a huge spicy bite throughout. It has an odd thick sort of greasy mouth feel. I don’t hate it but I’m not in love either.
I'm sorry to say this didn't light my world on fire. Tastes almost like a thin (i.e. simple) cognac.
Bought it at duty free because it's not available in South Africa (or difficult to find).
Hints of fruit sweetness