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Jim Murray describes this 16 year old cask strength as "pure entertainment"! The name Nadurra derives from the Gaelic word for 'natural'. A really enjoyable Glenlivet. This is the old, discontinued edition.
The nose is quite full and well-balanced. There are notes of toasty charred oak with a most gentle of smokes with notes of marmalade and orange with a touch of apple blossom and bramley apple. There palate is quite full and rich. There are notes of sultanas and rich dried porridge oats steeped in honey. There is a honeycomb note with winter spice and notes of peppery oak, hints of fruitcake and a doughy character. The finish is long and spicy with peppy oak.
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First hint is they no longer say it is 16 year old. Tried a recent bottling and pretty disappointed. Won't pay this again for it. I'll go back to the GL 12 for about a third as much.
15th July 2016
This is only my second bottle of glenlivet,it is full of flavor with lots of undertones.But make no mistake at over 58% alcohol this is not for the faint of heart.i enjoyed it,sippin whiskey for sure.
11th April 2016
Does not compare favorably to Glenfiddich 18. The Glenlivet by comparison seems harsh. I like a smooth easy drinking scotch. Not smoky, not peaty.
6th April 2016
One of the smoothest and most pleasant experiences! By far the best ever, I would highly recommend to anyone. A real winner!
24th February 2016
I will have the local spirts store keep this on hand - Great
23rd February 2016
Very Different from what we normally have from the GLENLIVET family. Very Strong yet smooth, the finish leaves a very different taste.Must try & have for all SCOTCH Lovers.
29th January 2016
Wow! My go to whiskeys have been Glenfiddich 15 and Balvenie 14 Caribbean cask. Wanting a new experience I tried this amazingly different malt. Full bodied, complex, long finish. Simply put this may be the best spirit I have ever had. If you haven't had this yet you must try.
16th January 2016
Best Scotch I ever tasted, hands down.
28th November 2015
Beautiful, smooth almost oily . Just glides down the throat with a lovely long, warm finish . A luxury tasting dram for the price . Five stars .
30th September 2015
Solid & spectacular.A rich malt with a refined taste. very impressed
15th July 2015
I love malts but this one is absolutely stunning. it may sound corny but the taste is a whole new experience.
22nd June 2015
When I just started drinking single malts, I cut my teeth on Glenlivet. As my tastes matured, I gravitated to the Islay region. On a lark, I picked up a bottle of Nadurra and am quite glad I did; it's all the nostalgia of childhood, but much better. It hits with a variety of flavors and has a nice aftertaste, really engaging a variety of tastebuds. Do take it slowly and let it warm up.
24th December 2014
Maybe its my taste buds, but i'm fairly new at whisky. This one, seems like chewing on a bar of soap, which i'm not sure is all that nice. I do find it interesting that different tasters found a whole array of different flavours !for me. Soap.
7th December 2014
SWEET MOTHER OF PEARL!!! The absolute best whisky I have EVER had the pleasure of drinking.
1st November 2014
This is the best single malt scotch whisky that I have had the pleasure to have tasted.
2nd September 2014
Absolutely a great scotch. Smooth taste not a lot of oak flavor.
10th June 2014
One of the best I have had. Not heavy on the smoke but it does have a hell of a bite. The high alcohol content is certainly notable. Hits the entire mouth as a smooth sweet treat and leaves the throat remembering that this is not a beverage for children. Very good and a very nice intoxication, which I found out by accident. I forgot this was cask strength and had a bit more than I should have. Made for a pretty good night.
1st June 2014
A very nice whiskey that absolutely requires the 5ml. I am generally not a speyside fan and have more often than not genuinely hated Glenlivet, but this bottle helped alter my opinion of the distillery. The ABV is pretty brutal, but tamed it is warm and full. I'll generally stick to my islays, but this one I might buy a second of.
16th January 2014
One of the best I have tasted. After letting it sit for about 15 minutes, added a few drops of water. The nose is sweet, creamy, and fruity. The palate doesn't let down as well, sweet and creamy.
26th November 2013
New to the whisky drinking,enjoying it very much I may add,what a difference 5ml of water can make!!!Quaffable.
30th March 2013
Soft wood, flowers and lacquer in aroma; dense and warming spirit, which almost blocks the flowers in the middle; malty sourness in the end. Unpretentious aftertaste with remains of malt and nuts.
3rd May 2012
Not a speyside fan - but this is really nice. Didn't get the bourbon flavours but definitely got the spice.
22nd April 2012
This is one great scotch. There is no way you won't like it. Single malt, natural single barrel, rich full body taste. And it costs less than one hundred dollars. What else could you ask for.G.A.
26th December 2010
very nice fruit-bomb!
21st December 2010
A good dram but with a bit too strong bourbon smell - it is American Bourbon Oak. Let it aerate, then it comes a nice tipple.
11th October 2009