Glenmorangie adds new Highland single malt to core range

Glenmorangie adds new Highland single malt to core range

New release Triple Cask Reserve takes inspiration from the distillery's Highland home

News | 09 Apr 2024

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Glenmorangie has unveiled Triple Cask Reserve, the latest addition to its Highland single malt range. Taking inspiration from the landscape of the Scottish Highlands, the distillery has used three types of casks for a harmony of subtly spiced flavours.

The Triple Cask Reserve has been aged in bourbon, rye, and charred oak casks. Tasting notes supplied by Glenmorangie highlight “fruity aromas... subtly cut through with spice.”

Glenmorangie’s master blender Gillian Macdonald said: “By uniting these three different cask types in Glenmorangie Triple Cask Reserve we have created a deeply harmonious whisky. Using bourbon and new charred oak, we celebrate our whisky’s classic, fruity sweetness. Laced with the savoury notes and subtle spice of rye whisky casks — seldom used at Glenmorangie — this whisky brings a new balance of flavours to our core range.


“Inspired by the Highlands’ natural splendour, its luscious aromas of pear, candied orange peel, and honeysuckle and tastes of vanilla, maple syrup, and clove promise to delight everyone who tries our delicious single malt.”

For 180 years, Glenmorangie’s whisky creators have found creative ways to make their whiskies unique such as using tall, spacious stills and selecting distinct types of cask.

Glenmorangie Triple Cask Reserve 40% ABV (RRP £33) is initially available in the UK, Germany, France, the US, and South Africa.

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