Presented in a wooden box, and accompanying the light and fruity Glenmorangie 10 Years The Original 70cl 40% vol., we find the favorite glass of all distilleries in Ireland and Scotland, the official glass of Glencairn whisky. In addition, in a marriage of contrasts, dark chocolate with Ibiza salt of Sampaka Cocoa and nuts, also seasoned with salt from the island.
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All components of the gift come in a wooden box with a satin black lid handle.
The Glencairn glass is a crystal whisky glass developed in 2002 by the Scottish company Glencairn Crystal. Although it is not the only glass designed specifically for whisky, it is used by all distilleries in Scotland, Ireland and much of those in the United States.
The shape of the glass helps to integrate and enhance the nose in the tasting experience, positively affecting the aromas and flavors.
The Flor de sal, nuances the sweetness of this chocolate, enhancing the flavor of cocoa and wood. In the same way, the chocolate gently gives way to the Mediterranean flavour of Flor de Sal de Ibiza, the purest of all salts, with a minimum cocoa content of 67%. Net weight of 100 g. Dimensions: 16,5x8,5x1,5cm.
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Cracks, the premium snack range from Cudié 70gr., crunchy cereals bathed in dark chocolate. Irresistible at any time.
The Glenmorangie 10 Years The Original 70cl 40% vol. is a Highland single malt aged in ex-bourbon American white oak barrels of first and second use. Made in the highest stills in Scotland, The Original is the distillery's most representative whisky, a classic expression of the region, light, creamy, elegant, fruity and floral.
The name Glenmorangie comes from the Gaelic place name "Gleann Mòr na Sìth" or "Valley of Tranquillity", which is used to describe the area where the distillery is built, located near the Tarlogie springs in Ross-shire, in the Highlands region of Scotland.
The history of the distillery starts, of course, on the date of its foundation, founded in 1843 by William Matheson, when William finally obtains a licence to distil whisky in an old brewery near Tarlogie and buys two second-hand stills, previously used for distilling gin.
In 1918 the distillery becomes the property of Macdonald and Muir, who ran the distillery in a terribly difficult environment, during the war, the prohibition and the great depression. Thanks to an excellent management in such complicated times, in 1977 Glenmorangie experiences great growth as a brand, a fact that requires the expansion of the distillery, in which it is decided to double the number of stills and expand the storage space.
The year 1990 marks a before and after for Glenmorangie, since it manages to buy 650 acres around the water source of Tarlogie and doubles, again, the number of stills, this time up to eight.
Style: Single Malt.
Breeding: Aged 10 years exclusively in ex-bourbon.
American white oak barrels.
Nose: Rich, light and fruity, citrus, nectarines and apple in a spicy background.
Mouth: Creamy, malt, honey and vanilla with citrus notes.
Final: Long and gentle end, with wood and fruit.