Glenmorangie is a Scotch Whisky
distillery located in Tain, in the north of Scotland. Glenmorangie is specialized in producing single malt whisky and was founded in 1843.
Prior to when the current company was founded, alcohol was already being distilled on Morangie Farm and once acquired by William Matheson, it was renamed Glenmorangie.
In Gaelic, Glen means "vale" or "valley" and Morangie is thought either from the Gaelic word that means "tranquillity" or "big meadows".
Currently, Glenmorangie is owned by the multinational luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH)
The correct pronunciation of Glenmorangie is glen-MOR-uhn-jee
Glenmorangie is often mispronounced as GLEN-mor-AN-jee, however, this is a mistake because the stress is pronounced on the second syllable. The reason it is pronounced this way is that the name Morangie is pronounced with the stress on its first syllable, -MOR.