News: Tomatin To Host World’s First Virtual Whisky Festival

Tomatin Single Malt will be hosting the world’s first Lockdown Whisky Festival this April, alongside an array of whisky brands including Glen Moray, Arran and BenRiach, with a view to bringing enjoyment to the general public and the whisky industry which, like many others, has faced event cancellations and postponements in recent weeks.The festival will be … Continue reading News: Tomatin To Host World’s First Virtual Whisky Festival

Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 10 Years Old (Chardonnay Cask)

It's fair to say that the folks at Glen Moray have been very busy with their processes and experimentation, having recently released a solid set of 4 series of whiskies, all named after their home town of Elgin: the Classic, the Heritage, the Reserve, and the Prestige. The Classic range features a series of no-age … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 10 Years Old (Chardonnay Cask)

Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 1994 Sherry Cask Finish (Distillery Edition)

Well here we have a 22+ year old whisky from the Speyside kings at Glen Moray. This expression sits outside of the distillery’s standard offerings from within their Elgin ranges and so offers up something rare and limited that fans of the distillery will no doubt wish to get their hands on. The competition to … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 1994 Sherry Cask Finish (Distillery Edition)

Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 30 Years Old (Murray McDavid)

September 2017 marked the 120th anniversary of Glen Moray distillery having been first opened and the teams there have been constantly crafting the water of life for our delectation. Loyal followers of the distillery on twitter have been using the hashtag #glenmoray120 to tag their celebration of the occasion. Having recently reviewed their regularly available … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 30 Years Old (Murray McDavid)

Tasting Notes: Glen Moray Classic Sherry Cask Finish

Glen Moray is based in Elgin, Scotland, within the legendary Speyside region and the distillery   has seen some rapid expansion within the last 5 years or so. Their distinctive brand and bottling shows a focus on traditional distilling and with so much competition within the area, the content of their bottles really has something … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glen Moray Classic Sherry Cask Finish