Glenmorangie uses some of the tallest stills in Scotland meaning that the ethers during distillation are incredibly light. This translates directly to the taste- light, fruity and incredibly accessible. The house is also based in Tain which has its own little micro climate meaning that it is relatively mild weather. Add into the mix that they own and use their own water springs and you have a delectably consistent whisky on your hands.
Glenmorangie remains one of the lightest of malts- which means that it is both ideal for many whisky lovers and a great introduction for those new to whisky.