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The Glenlivet 16 Year Old Nàdurra Batch 1210M

(70cl, 54.5%)

The Glenlivet 16 Year Old Nàdurra Batch 1210M

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Glenlivet Nàdurra 1210M Bottling Note

A cask strength 16 year old Glenlivet bottled for their Nadurra range. An intense, creamy whisky - this is Batch 1210M.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Malty and toasty with notes of vanilla, tropical fruit, watermelon, coconut milk, manuka honey and hot buttered toast.

Palate: Rich and sweet with thick notes of custard, drizzled over apple crumble, with hints of tropical fruits, oak and potpourri.

Finish: Good length with sweet vanilla and black pepper on the tail.

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Glenlivet 16 Year Old Nàdurra Batch 1210M Reviews

A great change up from their normal lines.

Not as subtle as their standard 12, 15, and 18 year. As others have said, a very nice punch of fruit, and a nice warm finish.

22nd February 2015

A great Glenlivet

I've seen this described as a 'fruit bomb', and it sounds about right. When you add water, there's an explosion of fruity aromas and flavours. Overall, it's a great example of a more 'pure' or 'traditional' Glenlivet style.

22nd June 2012

Top End Speyside

My friend and I went wild and bought about 7 bottles of completely underpriced whisky in Agadir airport June 2010. This bottle as well as the others were all new. This is an excellent speysider, full of the fruit and smoothness one would expect, yet it feels that bit more special. In all honesty the price asked for it here in the UK is a bit steep considering you can buy an equally complex speyside malt like the Macallan for about £10 less, but if you have the cash don't miss out!!
Adam.

8th February 2012

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