Nose: Butterscotch and pepper, chocolate and hints of coffee bean.
Palate: A rich, sweet palate with warming spices and cocoa butter. A hint of caramel develops.
Finish: Long and spiced with a development of orange blossom on the tail.
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Braes of Glenlivet - that's the name of this whisky, which used by the Gordon & McPhail. But the original name is Braeval. Don't mix it up.
25th February 2014