Whisky collectors have a new bottle of scotch to seek out as Glenmorangie announces its latest expression, the Grand BVintage Malt 1990, part of its new Bond House No.1 collection. Said to created from one of the most challenging barley harvests in the company's history, the whisky was aged in their best bourbon and ex-sherry casks giving way to flavors that are described as both fruity and floral. More specifically, the company describes the aroma with scents of pear and honeysuckle, freesia, and citrus when flavor notes of orange syrup, honeycomb, vanilla hit the tongue with top notes of gooseberry and menthol. The finish is described as having baked apples, pears, brown sugar, biscuit, and a slight dash of clove.
Glenmorangie releases its oldest single malt ever, Pride 1974
Aged for 41 years.