Whisky Review: Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban (Scotch Whisky)
Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 27, 2009
The Glenmorangie Distillery Company was officially licensed to produce whisky in 1843, and began with a tradition of uniqueness and innovation right from the start, beginning with the construction of tall gin styled stills instead of the traditional onion shaped stills in use at the time. Glenmorangie also was amongst the first distilleries to used American Oak for aging the whisky, as well as at the forefront of the new wave of unique wood finished whiskies. In fact the core range of Glenmorangie includes three unique wood finishes; the La Santa which is a Sherry finish, the Nector D’or which is a Sauternes Wine finish, and the whisky which I am reviewing in this article, The Quinta Ruban, which is a Ruby Port Finish. Here is a link to the Glenmorangie website for more information on their history and their core range of whiskies.
And without further ado here a link to the review:
And I had better add, that added at the end of the review, I have not one but five bar drinks constructed for this special Scotch, four of them by my favourite cocktail connoisseur …. forrest!
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