Was just in a bar that claimed to have a decent whisky list - note the term claimed! So i picked a dram that I haven't had for a while, namely Glenmorangie and in this case the 18 year old. I believe this bottling is no longer available in the new wine bottle Glenmorangie range - not that I am that bothered after trying this was this. I must point out that this was tried in a hotel bar this evening that makes me want to have a rant about how shite hotel bars can be -but I will save that for another day! - so it was served in a big as tumbler so maybe I am being unfair on it. Anyway here goes!
Nose: Light soft and creamy but nothing jumping out at all. Some vanilla and a touch of bourbon biscuits.
Taste: Tastes a little bit watery, touch of typical pear drops but soft and quite a lot of vanilla.
Finish: Short - very short! Slightly musty - infact stale custard creams!
Comment: Not a huge fan of this could have been a good dram if it had some balls about it - very much a featherweight. Nothing really wrong but yet nothing really right!