Could you help me out again.................
I would avoid the Glenmorangie 18yo like the plague (but this is just me). This bottle maybe second only to the Longrow 10yo 1995/2005 ‘Tokaji Finish’ as the WORST price/quality ratio whisky in existence! Again just my personal experience, but I paid a fortune for this dreadful stuff. Fortunately, I was able to recover some of my sanity by giving the half-empty bottle away to someone who didn't think it was all that bad!
The 25 was by far the best the 30 was good but since it is from 100% sherry casks the sherry overpowered the other flavors of spicyness and vanilla that were present in the 25. The 17 was the suprise of the group it was an excellent dram really spicy with oranges and vanilla mixed in. I rate it above the Macallan 18 and at half the price it is a steal. For a bruising sherried dram the 18 still wins though, but the mix of bourbon oak went well to balance out the 17.
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