The Glenlivet 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

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The Glenlivet 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

The Glenlivet 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

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Nose: Strong and versatile. Notes of chewy sultanas, Sherry-soaked peels, barley sugars, toasty grains, apple blossom, petals, fudge, and faint wisps of smoke. Many different foods pair well with the Glenlivet. It blends well with salmon, smoked fish, and pork thanks to its light flavour and gentle complexity. In 1824, a local farmer called George Smith founded one of the first legally licenced Speyside distilleries in the remote area of Glenlivet. There he began producing very high-standard Scotch whisky which far exceeded that of the remaining illicit distillers.

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On the palate, Glenlivet 18 year old whisky’s flavour profile becomes even more nuanced and layered. Notes of tannic oak provide a pleasantly earthy base for notes of honeyed sweetness from Manuka honey and Cox’s apples. Walnuts add a subtle nutty layer while zesty orange peel brings a refreshing citrusy finish. Glenlivet 18 year old whisky is sweet but balanced with a dry, spicy oak finish that lingers on the tongue. The malt used in the 18-Year-Old is matured in a combination of European and American oak casks, creating a complexity of flavour that is not found in its younger counterpart.

Meanwhile Glenlivet’s 18 year old expression brings forth an equally inviting flavour profile that is equally as unique. On the nose Glenlivet reveals sweet sultanas, Sherried peels, barley sugars, toasty cereals and floral petals along with a hint of apple blossom; all further complemented by subtle notes of fudge coupled with delicate wisps of smoke! On the palate Glenlivet offers Manuka honey, walnut, Cox’s apples and orange peels; all rounded off with fragrant notes of spicy oak on the lingering finish. The Glenlivet 18 also boasts a luxuriously creamy texture that makes it ideal for sipping. Cask/Barrels: transferred to Oloroso sherry casks where it spent its final days, as the rest remained in bourbon casks

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Oloroso sherry casks are also used to mature the Glenfiddich 18. If you’re already a fan of sherry-finished whiskies, you’ll appreciate the spiced fruity character from these Spanish staves. During ageing, the whisky develops nutty, fruity notes and a notably reddish colour. Palate: An extravagant and vivid flavour of winter spices lingers on the palate, with sweet hints of cinnamon and cloves combined with a dry oak sensation. The Glenlivet 18 year old whisky is a rich and full-bodied spirit with a well-balanced profile that combines the best of Glenlivet’s unique distillation process. On the nose, Glenlivet 18 year old whisky has strong, complex aromas of chewy sultanas, Sherry-soaked peels, barley sugars, toasty grains, and faint wisps of smokiness. In an attempt to coat-tail Smith’s quality whisky, and profit from his growing reputation, the illicit makers also began calling their spirits Glenlivet. Eventually in 1884, these sub-par replications led Smith to take these imitators to court where the Glenlivet Indenture was created.

The Duke of Gordon, landlord to the Glenlivet and wider Speyside region, was aware of the illicit distillation being performed on his extensive land. Instead of missing tax from these ‘moonshiners’ he levied a bill titled ‘The Excise Act’ of 1823, which therefore made alcohol distillation legal. Without prejudice to the section Liability below, the Service may be temporarily unavailable during maintenance, updates, etc. We shall make reasonable efforts to inform you of any unavailability due to maintenance or updates. Glenfiddich 18 is a single malt Scotch whisky from the Glenfiddich Distillery, located in Dufftown, Scotland. It has a rich and intense nose of sherry, raisins and vanilla with a hint of butterscotch, as well as a sweet malty taste including honey, chocolate and spice. The finish is long-lasting and smooth, with oak notes providing an undercurrent to the other flavours. Glenlivet 18 year old whisky has been aged in a combination of American ex-bourbon cask and European ex-sherry cask made from American and European oak which impart additional complexity to the whisky. A smaller amount of Glenlivet is also placed in American-made ex-Sherry casks for extra flavour before being finished in new French Limousine oak from Dordogne for its final maturation stage. This careful aging process ensures that Glenlivet 18 year old whisky has achieved its perfect balance after spending at least 18 years in oak barrels before it is bottled and shipped to its final destination. Glenmorangie and Glenlivet are two of the most iconic whisky producers in the world, with a long history of producing high-quality spirits. Both distilleries have become synonymous with quality, craftsmanship and innovation over the years.

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Unless mandatory applicable law provides otherwise, your use of and membership to the Service are exclusively governed by Dutch law. We shall first try to settle any dispute over a dram of whisky. Disputes that cannot be settled over multiple drams of whisky shall be solely submitted to the court of Amsterdam, The Netherlands unless mandatory applicable law provides otherwise. The Glenmorangie 10 whisky is a complex and delightful dram, with a nose of tart lemon, juicy nectarine, crisp apple, and subtle spice. The addition of first-and-second-fill American white oak casks gives Glenmorangie 10 its unique character. The whisky has a luxuriously soft mouthfeel that is clean and refreshing, finishing with a subtly sweet flavour that is incredibly smooth. Glenmorangie 10 is bottled at 80 proof / 40%ABV for an intense flavour experience.It is a full-bodied whiskey with a velvety smooth finish. The aroma is fruity and nutty, with hints of oak and sherry. The Glenfiddich 15, on the other hand, has only been aged for 15 years and therefore has a lighter, more subtle flavour. The aromas are more floral, with notes of sweet honey and vanilla. The whiskey is lighter in body and the finish is shorter. Celebrated by whisky connoisseurs, The Glenlivet 18 and the Glenfiddich 18 are two of the most luxurious Scotch whiskies. These Speyside single malt distilleries each offer a unique taste profile that will surely captivate your palate.

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Nose: Citrusy and tart tones, complemented by the sweetness of cinnamon, stewed fruits, and caramel-topped pannacotta. Finish: Tart oak and toasted grapefruit radiating with a glistening layer of caramelized brown sugar… The charming story of Glenlivet begins in Livet Valley, where the founder of the brand, George Smith, learned about whiskey making. Secreted in this hard-to-find valley, Smith learned how to distill the whiskey that was to become World famous. The tale continues with King George IV arriving in Scotland in August 1822 when he is reputed to have asked to try an illegal (as it was then) dram of Glenlivet single malt whiskey. If we decide not to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms, such decision shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. Nose: The bounty of this nectar is evident with its rich and oaked aroma. Notes of chewy resinous wood harmoniously paired with a well-balanced acidity. Aromas of fudge, Madeira and apple crumble complete the tasting experience when accompanied by calvados.Whiskybase B.V. (“Whiskybase”, “we” or “us”, company details below) offers a whisky enthusiasts online platform that provides its members access to the most comprehensive, transparent and trusted resource of whisky bottles and allows and stimulates its members to contribute information about whisky bottles to the platform (“Service”). On the other hand Glenlivet 12 year old offers a lighter style than Glenmorangie 10, with distinct notes of citrus, honeycomb, sweet almond and subtle hints of smoke on the palate. Although Glenlivet 12 is slightly cheaper than Glenmorangie 10, it cannot compete with the latter in terms of complexity and richness. The Glenlivet 18 Year Old is the perfect expression of age and elegance. Elegant, complex oak and fruit. An enticing bitter-sweet symphony.” The whisky world has two of its most beloved bottles when it comes to 18-year-old single-malt Scotch whisky: The Glenlivet 18 and the Glenfiddich 18. Both of these have achieved great reputations and accolades, and many whisky drinkers consider them to be among some of the best in the world. Nose: Savour the sweet blend of apricot, pineapple and greengages interlaced with citrus blossom aromas, finished off with a light toasted teacake.

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