Glenmorangie puts a lot of effort in the process of making its finest whiskys to ensure that the quality of the whisky can be categorized as "unnecessarily well made"
So you're wondering, what are the processes done to make Glenmorangie "unnecessarily well made"?
The wood used is grown slowly over 100 years and seasoned naturally in open air for 2 years to preserve the porous textures which adds to the whisky's intriguing depth!
More than that, Glenmorangie only uses its casks TWICE to ensure that the characters infused into the whiskys are consistent and at the most flavour the whisky can obtain
Combined with the skill of the craftsmen who follow the same, time honoured approach that the company has been using throughout all time, it results in a smooth spirit of distinction!
Presenting, the original Glenmorangie Single Malt:
So if this all intrigues you, be sure not to miss the opportunity to familiarize with all things "Unnecessarily Well Made" this April!
Whether you're a single malt aficionado, a fan of contemporary design, or just plain curious, be sure to be there! and live the life to tell on Glenmorangie's "Unnecessarily Well Made" concept!
Take a sip, and you'll definitely be changed!