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What started as a beer brewery in Lossie, Speyside, was converted into the Glen Moray single malt whisky distillery in 1897. It closed again in 1910, but then became active again in 1923. In addition to the production for blended whiskies, Glen Moray also releases its own bottlings: standard bottlings and special editions. At reasonable prices, according to the philosophy of Glen Moray. As a result, the distillery has never built up larger stocks of old single malt casks and there have never been many truly old Glen Moray whiskies on the market.
In 2019, the Belgian bottler Asta Morris released this 23-year-old Glen Moray single malt whisky. The Speysider matured on an Asta Morris bourbon barrel and is bottled at cask strength (49.7%). The bottles are decorated with a cartoon-like label.
Glen Moray wants to keep its single malt whisky affordable and therefore does not have a large stock of older casks in the whisky warehouse. The fact alone that this is a 23 year old bottling makes it therefore special. Matured in a bourbon cask. (55.5%)
Fancy a fruity bourbon cask-aged Speyside single malt whisky? Then this bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd might be a dram for you. It is a 12 year old Glen Moray that matured on a bourbon barrel. With notes of yellow fruit, vanilla and sweet oak. (46%)
With the Exploration Series, bottler Claxton's takes us on a journey of discovery through the Scottish whisky world. Here we dock at Speyside single malt whisky Glen Moray. 12 years old, matured in a bourbon cask and finished in a moscatel cask. At 50%
Now in our shop we have bottles from the Gleann Mór Spirits Company, founded in 2013. In their Raise Your Spirits series they released in 2021 this 9-year-old bourbon cask-aged Glen Moray single malt whisky. Lots of fruit and a touch of flowers. (50%)
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