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Smith's Glenlivet 1965 (bottled 2006) - Gordon & MacPhail

(70cl, 43%)

Smith's Glenlivet 1965 (bottled 2006) - Gordon & MacPhail

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Smith's Glenlivet 1965 Bottling Note

This is a rare 1965 bottling of The Glenlivet by George and J.G.Smith.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Malty with estery notes of green fruits, especially brambly apples and gooseberries.

Palate: Strawberries and raspberries followed by toffee and cream with a hint of wood char.

Finish: The finish is rich and fruity with a little butterscotch on the tail.

Overall: This Glenlivet is well balanced and is packed with flavour.

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Smith's Glenlivet 1965 (bottled 2006) - Gordon & MacPhail Reviews

Mr Gordon Bain. PS Can you reserve my e-mail address?

I have one bottle left, relished in the enjoyment of several over the years - the foregoing is a description to behold - 'a speechless suspense'. The taste is so long; its memeory lingering for eternity. Each time you enjoy whisky such is the 'release of its imprisoned flavours' the rare event forms a state of enjoyable mind searching? PS Had no idea of its present day cost no wonder it marked 'sold out.'

22nd March 2013

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