The KOTQ has enjoyed 2 tastings from the Glen Moray distillery

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Distillery Region Open Blends
Glen Moray Speyside 1897 – Today Highland Queen
       
Status Ownership Water Source Production
Active La Martiniquaise River Lossie 2,000,000 liters/year
       
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GLEN MORAY yo 08Q4 – GLEN MORAY 12 yo [Distillery bottling at Standard Strength]

Name
Color
Nose
Body
Palate
Finish
Comments
Meeting
Bluff
Pleasant ginger
Toffe, marmalade, sweet
A bit warm, long
08Q4-Bop
January 3rd, 2009
Bop
Light – floral, fruity
Soft and warm
Starts harsh and then quickly fades…much like the Rebellion of 1160
I really liked it (I’d give it an 8 out of 10). I’m proud to have this the family Scotch. I will be sharing it with all that cross my threshold!
08Q4-Bop
January 3rd, 2009
Hoopie
Light; little floral
Toffee, sweet
Good dessert Scotch
08Q4-Bop
January 3rd, 2009
Lakeview
Light, lemon/orange peel
Refreshing, citrus
Starts rough but ends quickly — after dinner
I look forward to buying it given its signifance to McMurray genealogy.
08Q4-Bop
January 3rd, 2009

GLEN MORAY yo, Vintage 1988 15Q4 – GLEN MORAY 22 yo, Vintage 1988 [Duncan Taylor bottling at Standard Strength]

Name
Color
Nose
Body
Palate
Finish
Comments
Meeting
Bop
Light and sunny
Sweet, spicy, and smooth
Warming but with a delicate ending
A very nice bottling of an aged Glen Moray. A rare treat from my family’s ancestral home.
15Q4-Bluff
January 17th, 2016