Glen Moray, the distinguished Speyside single malt Scotch whisky, beckons enthusiasts to embark on a journey of exploration with its latest offering, the Glen Moray Double Cask Shiraz Finish. This exclusive release, found solely at the Distillery and Dan Murphy’s in Australia, introduces a rich tapestry of floral and fruity flavors. Infused with the essence of strawberries, roses, and subtle oak undertones, this single malt proudly joins Glen Moray’s Explorer range, designed to captivate the palates of those eager to uncover new gustatory experiences.
Since 1897, Glen Moray has been a bastion of exceptional single malts, tirelessly exploring the impact of wood on whisky flavor in Speyside. Records reveal the founders’ penchant for aging their spirit in a diverse array of casks, a tradition that continues to inspire Glen Moray’s craftsmen today. The Explorer Range, with its diverse selection of inviting single malts, reflects Glen Moray’s unwavering passion for experimenting with different casks, ensuring that whisky enthusiasts of all kinds can discover their preferred flavors.
Glen Moray Double Cask Shiraz Finish delves into the intriguing characteristics imparted by red wine casks. Initially aged in bourbon barrels for the classic Glen Moray notes of vanilla and citrus, this single malt then undergoes a two-year finish in Shiraz casks, resulting in delightful floral and fruity nuances. The whisky boasts an aromatic profile featuring rose petals and red fruits, leading into a palate enriched with the flavors of strawberries, creamy toffee, soft oak, and spice.
NOSE: Fragrant and floral, with notes of rose petal and red fruits leading to subtle herbal hints.
TASTE: Ripe strawberries and creamy toffee intertwined with a touch of pepper and gentle undertones of oak.
FINISH: A burst of sweet fruits gradually gives way to notes of soft oak and spice.
Glen Moray Double Cask Shiraz Finish is now available for purchase at Dan Murphy’s for $59.99. Indulge in this unique expression that embodies the artistry of Glen Moray’s exploration into the world of whisky craftsmanship.