Glen Moray / Glen Moray

Glen Moray Peated Classic Review

Glen Moray Peated Classic I've yet to taste a Glen Moray dram that I didn't like, everything is sweet, sometimes it might not be earth shattering but it's always moreish and highly drinkable.

Andy (@Andysinc41) picked up a bottle of this in his local sainsburys for £20 which is a bargain price for any single malt, let's see how it tastes.

If you have a local sainsburys get down there now and grab a bottle of this for £20 it's astonishingly good value for money, really drinkable and a great alternative to the Chardonnay cask.

One to definitely have in the cupboard for regular session dramming.

Tasting Notes & Details


That light sweet peat smoke fills the nose before dunnage warehouse saw dusty earthy notes, light candy floss and haribo love hearts, caramel sauce, sweet chilli jam and beetroot chutney.


Digestive biscuits and earthy dusty smoke, candy floss and caramel, oily mouthfeel,and chilli jam, dangerously drinkable, in time becomes much sweeter.


Sweet, smoky, dusty, yummy.

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Glen Moray Peated Classic
Age: NAS
ABV: 40.00
Distiller: Glen Moray
Bottler: Glen Moray
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 04/11/2015 by Tom

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