Glenmorangie 14YO Quinta Ruban Scotch Whisky 700ml

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Description

Quinta Ruban is a whisky journey into the wild, a dark and delectable forest where the wind whistles with gusts of peppermint and dark swirls of chocolate can happen at any moment. 
The whisky starts in giraffe-high stills, soft and fruity, then gets darker and deeper as it  ages for 14 years in bourbon casks and port casks from Portugal. The finished whisky is a thicket of voluptuous flavour combinations; walnut and black pepper, mandarin orange and melted marshmallow, dark chocolate bar and peppermint. 

Tasting Note: Dark mint chocolate and Seville oranges mingle with sandalwood and walnut, with a spicy finish of pepper and nutmeg. Long-lasting finish with a silky aftertaste.

Additional Details

SKU:
13751-GB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
46
Region:
Highlands
Style:
Single Malt
Varietal:
Scotch Whisky

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