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Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Matured

Score: 93/100

Type: Single malt

Origin: Speyside, Scotland 

ABV: 60.7%

Reaction: :D

Batch: OL0614

The Glenlivet has, for a number of years now, produced cask strength expressions as part of its Nàdurra range (Nàdurra is Gaelic for “natural”).   509 more words

Speyside

#DiningOut: Whiskey-Tasting at Rye Tasting Room

I’ve done all of ONE whiskey tasting prior to this and while I don’t think I have the super-palate for it (“Raisins? Pear? Vanilla? HUH? 😭”), it was an enjoyable experience that left me happily buzzed. 389 more words

Dining Out

Glenlivet 1988/2014 15yo – Signatory exclusively for WhiskyBrother

My next review is a special one. Firstly it is a review of whisky that is a culmination of a dream for a friend of mine, Marc Pendlebury of WhiskyBrother fame. 511 more words

Whisky

The Glenlivet Founder's Reserve ~ 40% (Pernod Ricard)

The Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve Speyside single malt scotch whisky 40% ABV, £36 for 70cl available from The Whisky Shop Score: 84/100 What they say:

The Glenlivet is proud to introduce The Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve, a new single malt that has been almost 200 years in the making. 537 more words

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Scotch o'clock

Today has been a special kind of infuriating, so I’m giving myself the night off. Instead of the regularly scheduled post, here’s me enjoying a glass of Glenlivet 18 Years Of Age single malt scotch. 20 more words

One Hundred Days Of Blogging 2.0

The Glenlivet 18 Years Old 1996 - Distillery Exclusive ~ 50.7% (The Glenlivet Distillery)

The Glenlivet 18 Years Old 1996 – Distillery Exclusive Speyside single malt scotch whisky 50.7% ABV, £100 for 70cl Score: 85/100 What they say:

Exclusive to The Glenlivet Distillery, this bottle-your-own edition was distilled in 1996 and was matured in an ex-bourbon cask for 18 years before bottling. 173 more words

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Glenlivet 1998, 15yo, 54.8% - Signatory for Whiskybrother

It doesn’t happen often that I get to review a Glenlivet. I’m not entirely sure why that is because there’s plenty of their booze out there, but it’s just one of those big brands that I somehow never drink. 518 more words

Speyside