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Glenlivet Master Distillers Reserve Review

The Glenlivet Master Distiller Reserve is a whisky I picked up a while back whilst travelling through Heathrow Airport. At airports many age stated whiskies are being fazed out due to the popular demand however as whiskies with an age have to be left for the minimum age on the bottle they are not able to meet demand, therefore the NAS None age stated whiskies are emerging. 285 more words

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Whisky 2017 - 1-3

And we begin again.

1 – Glenlivet Nadurra American White Oak Batch FF0115
Raspberry soda, banana bread, cream, toasted pumpkin seeds, hand cream, lemsip. Toasty, dark malt bread with butter, dried pineapple, raspberry lollies, overly salty butter. 59 more words

The Night 10 Bottles of Glenlivet Showed Up at an Indian Restaurant

It was a last-second decision. Before we left for Bollywood Tadka in East Brunswick, I grabbed a bottle of Glenlivet 12. As stated earlier on this blog, usually I go with Johnnie Red when it comes to Indian food. 543 more words

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The Glenlivet

Production

The distillery draws water from Josie’s Well and other springs a short distance from the distillery. The barley comes from Crisp Maltings, Portgordon. Lastly, Glenlivet’s stills are lantern shaped with long, narrow necks, all of which helps to produce a light tasting…
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Gordon & MacPhail - Smith's Glenlivet 1948

The recently released Speyside Collection from Gordon & MacPhail contains some amazing drams like this Smith’s Glenlivet expression distilled on 11/02/1948 and bottled at 43% on 26/07/2010 after maturing in first fill Sherry butt #545 for 62 years.  130 more words

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The G&M Speyside Collection

I really must start this review with an apology! Gordon & Macphail were kind enough to send me these incredibly ancient samples in early December and yet with the run-up to Christmas and various commitments I’ve really struggled to pin down the time required to really do justice to such prestigious whisky (I know, I know – talk about first world problems…). 1,476 more words

Speyside