Glen Moray / Berry Bros and Rudd

Glen Moray 2007 12 Year Old Berry Bros & Rudd Review

Glen Moray 2007 12 Year Old Berry Bros & RuddThis Berry Bros and Rudd tasting with Royal Mile Whiskies screamed interesting at me, so i had to join in and this first dram, a single cask Glen Moray, was right up my street.

I have been lucky enough to drink a lot of single cask Glen Moray over the years, having taken a real likeing to it at Whisky Live in London in 2013. Glen Moray sits on my flavour profile really well, with toffee, floral juicy notes in my distillery character for it.

Ex-Bourbon casks of Glen Moray are where it is at for me, it just works so well and with the standard 12 year old Glen Moray being one i would argue is the typical speysider, this is a great exampel of that.

at 59.7% it's a punchy dram but the flavour is just big, juicy and mouthwatering, it's the kind of dram you want to spend time with and will make you happy in so many ways. I absolutely love this gem of a distillery and this dram is a damn fine example of the whisky it produces, what a great cask selection by Berry Bros and Rudd.

I think this is great value and you can pick it up from Royal Mile Whiskies for under £75.

Tasting Notes & Details


Sweet floral toffee notes, vanilla and creme brule straight off the bat, those lovely american oak spicy notes, warming freshly grated ginger, caramelised white chocolate, pineapple skins and tangy citrus fruit peels and preserved lemons, this is very typically Glen Moray and i cant wait to sip it.


The ABV and spices run over the tongue first, warming ginger again, then hints of nutmeg and pineapple skins, those tangy citrus fruits and preserved lemons back again, theres a sugary sweetness coming along now also with creme brule coming in strong with a hint of something floral also


delicious sweet and juicy, mouthwatering, citrusy and fun

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Glen Moray 2007 12 Year Old Berry Bros & Rudd
Age: 2007 Vintage
ABV: 59.70
Distiller: Glen Moray
Bottler: Berry Bros and Rudd
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 15/11/2020 by Tom

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