It’s getting to that time of year again when the days are shorter, darker and definitely much colder. As September comes to an end, it is natural to start considering winter plans such as Halloween parties, buying a new winter coat and of course Christmas. Although we might not yet be at the stage of picking out our turkey, it is more than acceptable to start thinking of Christmas gifts and at the very least working out a budget. Also, for those relatives or friends who are difficult to buy for, this is the prime time to start browsing. If you are looking to get someone a timeless and thoughtful gift, you could consider purchasing a rare Old Style 18 Year Old Glenmorangie.
Why Purchase Rare Whisky?
The great thing about starting your Christmas shopping early is you can avoid that last minute panic, plus you have more time to set aside money from the next three paychecks. This can be a crucial step for those who are opting for a more extravagant gift this year, such as a bottle of 18 Year Old Glenmorangie. You may be wondering, is it worth the money? Well, the answer to that question depends on the recipient. If you have a relative or friend who enjoys a glass of malt whisky and is otherwise difficult to buy presents for, gifting them a rare bottle of whisky not only gives them a unique malt but could earn them money. Many bottles of rare malt will appreciate over time, as with age they become more rare and valuable. Therefore a gift of rare whisky is really an investment.
Where to Purchase 18 Year Old Glenmorangie
The Rare Malt Whisky Company is a Scottish based business sourcing and selling rare bottles of whisky. The team at the company have many years of experience working in the industry, from distilleries to sales and have an impressive working knowledge not only of the value of whisky but the history of all the distilleries in Scotland. This expert knowledge in the process of distilling and the unique components of each whisky region in the country, The Rare Malt Whisky Company have the skill to properly evaluate the worth of a malt as well as identify authentic bottles. The 18 year Old Glenmorangie is just one of the hundreds of speciality bottles that they have stocked on their online store.
Old Style Glenmorangie 18 Year Old
This discontinued bottle is no longer produced and so, therefore, has become incredibly rare and a true collector’s item. The nose on this bottling is said to be creamy honey, Greek yoghurt, grapefruit, exotic spice, berry compote. The palate: tinned citrus, lychee and creamy honey. Finally, the finish is noted as oaky and citrus peels. The alcohol content is 43% and the price comes in at £375. Considering how much the bottle is likely to appreciate, the cost is extremely reasonable and definitely will make a wonderful Christmas gift for that special someone.