With a floral aroma of geranium, jasmine, and narcissus, the Glenmorangie 18 Years Old has a balanced and silky taste of honey, malt, honeysuckle, figs, and a hint of wood smoke in the background. Its finish features the enticing sweetness of dried fruit and the subtle dryness of Oloroso nuttiness. Making this release extra special is the collaborative bottle with Tokyo-based floral artist Azuma Makoto, who likens the single malt to the wonder of a flower in bloom.
Both the bottle and packaging feature Makoto’s Dancing Flowers of Glenmorangie which sees close to 100 different blooms from across the world and confetti-like petals. Those interested can find the limited edition bottle at all Glenmorangie stockists starting today.
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