Glenmorangie Nectar D'or Scotch
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Glenmorangie Nectar D'or Scotch

Item # 18928 750mL

**Valley of Tranquility** This release is finished in casks that had previously held French Sauternes. The whisky then absorbs the scrumptious honey, citrus and spice aromas of the classic dessert wine.

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The vast majority of all the Glenmorangie whiskies start life as the "original" which spends 10 years aging in ex-bourbon barrels. This is a lovely, light, bright whisky full of citrus and coconut elements. Certain amounts of this whiskey go on to be further aged or extra matured in different wood types. The Nectar D'or, my personal favourite, spends an extra 2 years maturing in Sauternes (sweet white wine) casks from southern France. What you get is an amazing whisky full of sweet lemon meringue pie and pineapple sponge cake with a dollop of golden citrus-tinged honey to add to the sweet gourmet nature of this wee dram. Warm nights, a large ball of ice and a bottle of this very fine whisky: "Bob's your uncle", summer is complete. Cheers, Stephen W.

- SW

Glossary

Scotch

As a synonym for Scottish, some people object to the term “Scotch” – but as far as their whisky goes, the Scottish people are required by law to classify the spirit as “Scotch whisky.”

Scotland

History:Distillation was brought to Scotland from Ireland by missionary monks in the 6th century. In 1644, the first taxes were imposed on Scottish distillers by England, with the result that most of the nation’s whisky was soon distilled illicitly. With the Parliament’s passing of the “Excise Act” in 1824, licensing fees for distilleries were much cheaper. Distilleries started to take out licenses, and since then, the distillation industry in Scotland has been continuously expanding....

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