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The Nadurra series is Glenlivet's range of 16 year old single malt Scotch whiskies, which have been matured in ex-bourbon casks and then bottled at cask strength with no chill-filtration. A fantastic small batch expression. This edition comes from batch 0813Y, bottled in 2013.
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Do not let any one tell you that age is not important!I am sure, that in more humid climes, you can age a Whisky twice to almost three times as quickly, also ,the quality of the barrel/s has a huge bearing. Maturation ( In the Northern Hemisphere ) ideally, should be a minimum of 16 years if you want a premium product that is less astringent and impure. PS: The Whisky is and will become a classic.
21st October 2016
At 56.1% and 16 years old - "What is there not to love"?The ONLY reason I have given this a 9 out of 10 is because - it has been DISCONTINUED!Luckily, I have 17 bottles of various batches in my cupboard - although being 50, I don't think it will last into my dotage! - alas, what about the poor saps that will NEVER get the opportunity of enjoying a mere nip!
5th June 2016
I got a bottle as a present on my 75th B'thday present. Just opened it. Great stuff.SKG
29th February 2016
I was lucky enough to get a bottle of the 16YO Nadurra as a gift a few weeks back. I loudly proclaimed it to be one of the best drams I've tasted - and it was! They were listening - I got two bottles for my 70th today.
15th February 2016
I've just cracked open a16 year old Nadurra which I gracefully received for my 65th birthday.I'll let you know my rating shortly.
12th September 2015
30th March 2015
Crisp and smooth citrus touch -great
12th March 2015
I've switched to this one
24th December 2014
Wooded spices, citrus, grapes. All wrapped in a strong creamy whisky. Winner!
5th December 2014
I say my title based on my experience with the 12, 15, 16 (Nadurra), and 18 year old aged scotches. I have yet to try the 21 and will probably never be able to afford the 25 year old as a teacher. However, the 16 is a great one! The 15 has been my favorite as I have been going up in years since starting the Glenlivet selection in August when I was 21 in the USA (legal drinking age). The 16 reminds me a lot of the 12 but MUCH stronger with subtle differences in the nose, palette, and finish. the nose is much stronger, I would not recommend to beginners as it does have a slight burn to it. The palette is also stronger and honestly harder to distinguish as far as flavors. Upon my first dram, I had trouble evaluating the tastes I had. However, the finish is soooo much longer than the 12 or the 15. It lasts a long time which I personally enjoy as I am more a drink and feel the finish of alcohol type person. I would recommend this scotch to anyone who enjoys a strong beverage. Overall, I feel like this is a decently priced scotch that is very well aged (mine at the VA ABC store was from 2010) Enjoy your dram,Brandon Niblett (feel free to add me on Facebook, I need more scotch friends.
16th October 2014
great nose that also packs a real punch! warming and long lasting finish.
10th October 2014
If you've ever tasted a green grape with a slightly browned stem still attached, or even detached but you still imagine that slightly stemmy (not woody) flavour, maybe from the brownish skin right up where the stem attaches, this is exactly what the Nadurra tastes like. Probably sounds horrible to the average bloke but really it's quite beautiful and natural compared to a lot of others I've tried. Thumbs up from me.
22nd July 2014
Compared to the 18yo, this is a bit harsher (or peppier?), even watered down, but only a *bit*. The basic flavors are the same, maybe *slightly* less wood than the 18, but very unmistakably Glenlivet. And I'm on the fence as to whether the wood is a good thing or not. However, fact is, it tastes great at cask strength OR diluted, unlike the few other CS whiskies I've had. And at least in Michigan it's a good 25% cheaper than the 18. So, more flexible, cask-strength, non-chill-filtered (not a big deal to me but sounds hip), and cheaper, with the difference in taste being minimal, and arguably better (if you prefer less wood and a peppier experience, again just marginal difference though), I'll definitely prefer this over the 18 going forward.
17th July 2014
Is nice whisky
11th May 2014
I love this whisky!
25th February 2014