Region: Highland, Scotland
Average Price: $150
Neat’s Thoughts: The Signet, as its bottle design might not so slightly suggest, is a little more on the dark side. The taste of mocha and charred oak dominate throughout but once your taste buds become cordial to the idea, a rich sweetness tends to take over and you find yourself paying attention to your surroundings differently. Made from a blend of some of the oldest whiskeys in the Glenmo batch, over 30 years, makes it the kind of elder statesman offering among the Glenmorangie family.