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The Glenlivet 1964 - Cellar Collection

(70cl, 45%)

The Glenlivet 1964 - Cellar Collection

The Glenlivet 1964 Bottling Note

A cask strength 40 year old from The Glenlivet, a winner of a Gold Medal at the 2005 International Spirits Challenge.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is full and rich and quite smooth. There are notes of foam bananas and sherried peels. Dried fruits and a oily nut note with hazelnut and walnut. There are notes of chewy, slightly tannic oak with pepper and pep. The palate is full-bodied and balanced. There are notes of walnut oil which provides a silken smooth lubrication. There are notes of damson jam and apple blossom. The finish is long and spicy.

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Glenlivet 1964 - Cellar Collection Reviews

I own one...

I won one of these for a letter I wrote to BA Magazine.

Never even opened the packaging it came in. It is sealed inside a wooden casket sealed inside a Glenlivet cardboard box.

I would love to open it....but I was thinking of saving it until my son becomes of the age to appreciate it. He's 12

14th April 2016

Togimogo

Blossom festival in the nose, firework show in the mouth and Broadway musicals in the throat! Exciting yet classic.

28th October 2015

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