Skip to product information
1 of 2

Glen Moray | 18 Jahre | 2002 | The Private Cask Collection | Sauternes Cask | 55,9%

Glen Moray | 18 Jahre | 2002 | The Private Cask Collection | Sauternes Cask | 55,9%

Regular price €169,99
Regular price Sale price €169,99
Unit price €242,84  per  l
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Low stock

Packed carefully and securely

All of our products are professionally packaged in special bottle boxes that are well protected.

Free shipping from €100 DE / €300 EU

For orders with a value of €100 or more within Germany and €300 or more to selected countries within the EU, delivery is free of charge. For orders under this amount, the shipping costs are only €4.99 DE or €12.99 EU.

Fast DHL delivery (1-3 days DE / 2-6 days EU)

Climate-neutral delivery with DHL GoGreen - For an environmentally friendly delivery of your orders.

View full details

Der Glen Moray 18 Year Old Private Cask Collection - Sauternes Cask Finish ist ein einzigartiger Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Dieser Whisky stammt aus der renommierten Glen Moray-Brennerei in der schottischen Speyside und ist das Ergebnis eines präzisen Destillations- und Reifungsprozesses.

Der Whisky reift 18 Jahre lang, wobei die letzten Jahre in Sauternes-Weinfässern verbracht werden. Diese Fässer, die normalerweise für den berühmten Süßwein aus Bordeaux verwendet werden, verleihen dem Whisky zusätzliche Aromen und Eigenschaften.

Beim Riechen präsentiert dieser Whisky eine Vielzahl von Aromen wie Aprikosen, Feigen und Melone, begleitet von subtilen Ingwer- und Blumennoten. Beim Verkosten bietet der Whisky ein ausgewogenes Profil aus der Süße von Trockenfrüchten, Vanille und leichter Eiche, das in einem langen Abgang mit gerösteten Mandeln und süßen Gewürzen gipfelt.

Dieser Glen Moray Whisky wird in einer bewusst gestalteten Flasche geliefert, die das Engagement der Brennerei für Qualität widerspiegelt. Es handelt sich um eine limitierte Auflage, die ihn zu einer wertvollen Ergänzung für Whiskyliebhaber und -sammler macht.

Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Scotland
Region Speyside
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 55.9%-vol
Age 18 Jahre
Number of Bottles 276
Cask Type Sauternes
Peat nicht rauchig | unpeated
Filtration nicht kühlgefiltert | non-chill-filtered
Colouring ohne Farbstoffe | non-coloured
Distillery Glen Moray Distillery, Bruceland Rd, Elgin, Scotland, United Kingdom
Importer / Distributor Mack Spirits GmbH, Neue Str. 45, 73277 Owen, Deutschland
  • Glen Moray - Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    The Glen Moray Distillery, nestled in the picturesque region of Speyside, is renowned for its soft and fruity Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, making it a perfect match for American oak. The adoption of a higher percentage of first-fill American oak barrels since being taken over by La Martiniquaise adds buttery notes to the whisky. Glen Moray pioneered the finishing of whisky in wine casks, including Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay, as well as Port casks, showcasing its leadership in cask innovation. Recent years have seen the introduction of new releases, including those with peated malt.

    Originally starting as a brewery, Glen Moray was converted into a distillery in 1897 during a whisky boom period. However, like many others, it was hit by the slump at the start of the 20th century and closed in 1910, only to be revived in 1923 by Macdonald & Muir, the owner of Glenmorangie. Significant expansions took place in 1958 with the doubling of stills to four and the installation of a Saladin box for malting, which operated until 1978.

    Under Glenmorangie's later ownership, Glen Moray was positioned as the company's 'budget' malt, leading to a surge in sales but little profit, which ultimately damaged the distillery's image. In 2008, it was sold to the French distilling firm La Martiniquaise, mainly for use in its Label Five and Glen Turner brands. Since then, capacity has been increased by 40% with the installation of new washbacks and an additional pair of stills.

    Glen Moray’s production capacity is impressive at 2.3 million liters annually, drawing water from the nearby River Lossie. One unique aspect of its distillation process is the external location of the condensers. The distillery had just one wash still and one spirit still until 1979 when the number was doubled. The current pot stills, installed in 1992, feature a pear shape with a wide base and thick neck.

    Maltings were originally done on-site until 1958 when they were replaced by a Saladin box, which was used until malting at the distillery was completely decommissioned in 1978. Now, the distillery sources its malting from an industrial site, though locally grown, with recent experiments in using peated maltings, producing its first batch of peated spirit in 2009.

    Glen Moray is celebrated not only for its innovative whisky finishes but also for its enduring legacy in the evolving preferences of whisky drinkers. With a rich tradition and ongoing commitment to quality and innovation, Glen Moray remains a cherished gem in the world of Scottish whisky.

    To the Glen Moray collection 

Our latest additions