An exciting year for Glenmorangie and Scotch whisky lovers!
On March 23rh, Glenmorangie unveiled its oldest and rarest single malt Scotch whisky. Laid down in October 1974, the liquid has spent the last 41 years in a combination of ex-Bourbon casks and ex-Oloroso Sherry butts. To celebrate, the brand organized a private event at Steinway Hall in New York, where the musician and jazz virtuoso Aaron Diehl played one of his composition inspired by Glenmorangie Pride 1974.


Starting April, only 12 bottles will be available on the Canadian market at the cost of 8 000 Euros each and will be accessible by private importation only.


It’s a big year for Glenmorangie who launched earlier this year the 8th product from their Private Edition range. With caramel and cinnamon notes, Bacalta is Glenmorangie Original (10 years) that has spent some extra time – just over two years, in fact – in ex-Madeira wine casks. While tasting it, your first sip will make you think of those spice cookies you used to steal from your grandmother kitchen around Christmas, before taking you on a trip through an orange grove.

Be quick to purchase your own bottle, since as with other Private Edition releases, it’s only available for a limited time!




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