Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Hamper
Smooth Scotch Whisky & Gourmet Sweet & Savoury Treats
The Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Scotch Whisky; its creamy sweetness and signature fruity smoothness is the true star of this gourmet Father's Day gift hamper. Accompanied by carefully selected quality gourmet treats, both savoury and sweet; this is the perfect hamper for those who appreciate quality. Featuring a custom handcrafted wooden hamper box and FREE Australia-wide Delivery, he's sure to feel loved.
Baylies Gourmet Crackers with Sesame Seeds 130g
Baylies are one of the original gourmet providores, and these crackers are handmade with Australian Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Brewer's Nut Company Premium Nut Mix 120g
A blend of the freshest and best tasting roasted, salted Brazilian nuts, creamy cashews, hazelnuts and Australian peanuts and almonds.
L’Orto Di Franco Semi-Dried Tomato Halves 125g
Delicious Mediterranean tomatoes, semi-dried & full of flavour. With no added oil, they are ready to serve & perfect for entertaining.
Gourmet Regional Roasted Eggplant Tapenade 60g
An all natural tapenade made with Australian eggplant, chargrilled capsicums, olive oil & a hint of cumin for that smokey flavour.
Gourmet Regional Chargrilled Capsicum Tapenade 60g
A delicious combination of Australian capsicums, chargrilled to perfection, fresh fetta cheese and olive oil. Handmade in Tasmania.
Morgan's Dark Chocolate Coffee Beans 175g
Freshly roasted coffee beans covered in smooth, rich 50% cocoa dark chocolate. Made in Sydney.
Morgan's Lux Chocolate Fruit & Nut Mix 175g
Luxurious fruit and nut combo coated in deliciously smooth dark, milk and white chocolate. Made in Sydney
Morgan's Crème Brûlée Roasted Peanuts 175g
The classic crème brûlée flavours of custard and burnt toffee roasted with crunchy peanuts. Made in Sydney
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Single Malt Scotch Whisky 700ml
The darkest & most intense whisky in the extra-matured range, multi-award winning & crafted by Master Distiller 2016 & 2017
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FREE Gold Gift Card
Write a personal message to your recipient and it will be presented in this luxury gift card with gold foil embossing.
Handcrafted Wooden Wine Box
Stained in a deep chocolate hue, this wooden box with its tinted sliding lid, is the most luxurious way to present a fine wine and gourmet food.
Comprehensive Track & Trace
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|TAS, SA metro areas||3 - 5 Business Days|
|Perth, Darwin & regional areas||5 - 8 Business Days|
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|Sydney Metro Area||Same / Next Business Day|
|Melb, Bris, Adel, Perth, Can, NSW cities||Next Business Day|
|Darwin & outside of major cities||1 - 3 Business Days|
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Celebrate Father’s Day with the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Whisky Hamper
Considering a lot of fathers enjoy a good glass of whisky, can you think of a better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with a Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Whisky Hamper? Read on to learn more about the amazing whisky that makes this hamper special!
What Is the History of Glenmorangie Whisky?
The Glenmorangie distillery is situated in Scotland. It is currently the oldest distillery in the region, which still provides one of the most popular whiskies in the world – the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban. The actual distillery was founded as early as 1824, but became really big after the second world war.
Even though the distillery has Scottish roots, the distillery is no longer in Scottish hands. Today, the company is owned by the French company Pernod Ricard. Under their leadership, the distillery produces more than five million litres of Glenmorangie single malt, with a small portion being used for the blended whisky brands owned by Pernod Ricard.
Does Glenmorangie Whisky Use a Special Production Process?
There are some aspects of the production process that make Glenmorangie unique compared to most other whisky brands out there. During the production of the whisky, the distillery draws water from Josie’s well and other springs that are situated near the distillery. It is believed the water used for their whisky has a unique flavour that makes Glenmorangie smoother than most whiskies.
The stills of the Glenmorangie distillery are also quite unique when you compare them to most stills in other whisky distilleries. The stills have an extraordinary lantern shape with a long neck; this specific shape of the stills enables the distillers to create a lighter tasting whisky.
Glenmorangie distillery currently has four wash stills, each with a capacity of approximately 15,000 litres. The distillery also has four spirit stills, which have a capacity of 10,000 litres. Once the spirit has gone through these stills, Glenmorangie lets the whisky mature in some quality oak casks. The oak casks used during this process could have been used before to store sherry, port or bourbon.
The distilling equipment at Glenmorangie has enabled the distillery to deliver whiskies that range between the age of 12 years and 25 years. There are also a number of limited edition whiskies, such as the cellar collection, which are quite popular with whisky collectors.
Still, the main product provided by the Glenmorangie distillery is the single malt scotch whisky. However, the use of this main product is not limited to the well-known Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, but is also used for some of the blended whiskies of Pernod Ricard.
In order to meet with the demand for Glenmorangie whisky, the distillery had to upgrade their equipment and increase their capacity in 2008. To meet the high worldwide demand for Glenmorangie from all over the world, the distillery had to build a new masher, stills and wash backs.
How Is Glenmorangie Single Malt Whisky Made?
The formula of Glenmorangie Single Malt Whisky needed centuries to be perfected, so the manufacturing process of this whisky is quite a lengthy and complicated process. However, all that is needed to create the perfect Glenmorangie single malt is barley, water and yeast.
Malting is the first process that the whisky has to go through. During this process, the maltsters at the Glenmorangie distillery soak Scottish barley in water for several days; this is necessary for the germinating process. When shoots come out of the barley, the maltesers continue to heat and dry the barley. Once this process has been completed, the barley is referred to as malt.
One of the differences between Glenmorangie and other distilleries is the fact that Glenmorangie does not use peat during the drying process of barley. By leaving out peat, Glenmorangie is able to maintain the natural flavour and aroma of the barley.
Once the malting process has been completed, the whisky is pulled through the milling process; this is a process where the malt is put through the malt mill. The malt mill is equipment that grinds the malt into a substance called grist, a type of coarse flower. During this process, the husks of the barley are opened and the starch inside is released.
After the malting, the grist is mashed with hot water in a masher; this is equipment with rotating arms, meant to keep rotating the mixture of grist and water. At the Glenmorangie distillery, there are modern mashers, which were especially designed to maintain the maximum level of sugar and starch from the grist. The result is a substance called wort.
Once the malting has ended, the wart is transported to special units called wash backs. Glenmorangie uses Oregon pine wash backs, while most other distilleries use stainless steel wash backs. The use of pine wash backs is also advantageous for the aroma and taste of the whisky.
When the work has been added to the wash backs, it goes through a cooling process. During the cooling process, the sugar is converted into alcohol. 2 days later, the substance has become a wash; this is a frothy beer with an alcohol level of maximum 9%.
Once wash has been obtained, it goes through a two-stage distilling process. Of course, this is not the last process for the outstanding Glenmorangie whisky. After the whisky has gone through the distilling process, the whisky is allowed to mature for a certain period of time. This maturation process is needed to give the whisky an outstanding flavour.
Are There More Glenmorangie Gift Hampers at the Hamper Emporium?
There are several Glenmorangie gift hampers at the Hamper Emporium, so you will have plenty of gift hampers to choose from for Father’s Day. Each of our Glenmorangie hampers contains a good bottle of Glenmorangie whisky, as well as a large selection of snacks.