Glenmorangie add triple cask reserve whisky to core range

Glenmorangie Highland single malt Scotch whisky has added a rich and subtly spiced whisky to its core range.

Published 11th Apr 2024
Updated 11 th Apr 2024

Inspired by the distillery’s Highland home, the team of whisky makers have married together three carefully chosen types of casks in Glenmorangie Triple Cask Reserve.

Uniting bourbon casks and new charred oak with rye whiskey casks – rarely used in the Scotch whisky industry – this bottling has notes of pear, candied orange, honeysuckle and clove.  

The Triple Cask Reserve arose from the Whisky Creation Team’s vision of a whisky inspired by Glenmorangie’s Highland surroundings. 

With its fruity aromas and creamy rich tastes, subtly cut through with spice, Glenmorangie Triple Cask Reserve is delicious served neat, on ice or in cocktails.

Glenmorangie triple cask reserve whisky

Glenmorangie’s Master Blender Gillian Macdonald said of the new addition: “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 whiskey 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.”

Glenmorangie Triple Cask Reserve is initially available in the UK, Germany, France, the U.S. and South Africa. It is available now from Sainsbury’s, Tesco and, RRP: £33.

Glenmorangie distillery, Tain, UK
Glenmorangie distillery, Tain, UK, IV19 1PZ
Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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