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The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Batch OL0614

(70cl, 60.7%)

The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Batch OL0614

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Nàdurra Oloroso #OL0614 Bottling Note

The renowned Glenlivet Nàdurra range of natural cask strength, non-chill-filtered single malt Scotch whiskies are usually aged in bourbon casks. However, this rather special offering was matured in first-fill Oloroso Sherry casks from the Jerez region of Spain, presented at a robust strength of 60.7% ABV and without chill-filtration. Yum.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dried fruit notes at the fore, soon joined by rich chocolate and a subtle nuttiness (almost a bit like a Picnic bar). Hints of struck match, anise, cinnamon and vanilla.

Palate: Dark chocolate, Seville orange, flaky pastry and crunchy fruits fresh from the orchard. Give it a minute and the anise on the nose comes running back too.

Finish: More dark chocolate and drying spice.

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Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Batch OL0614 Reviews

My new favourite whisky

Delicious. For $99.00 well worth every cent.One of the best I have tasted.

16th September 2017

Well done Glenlivet

It's a solid cask scotch , If your a cask lover you will enjoy this , if your not used to cask strenght scotch you probably will not like it. For 79$ Canadian it's a well priced and great tasting scotch.

10th December 2016

not good

considering the price, there are much better options. No finish at all. Not buying it again.

2nd October 2016

Not Bad

Not too bad at all, paid $95 aud for it and it's pretty good value. Wasn't expecting the best whisky I have had. Very drinkable especially at 60.7%. Worth trying but most whiskies are!

30th August 2016

crap

Too orangey, just ick. Putrid crap, I'll probably pour it down the drain.

11th August 2016

Decent

It's a bit splendiferous, excessive, burlesque. Kind of sickeningly so. Reminds me of Macallan with the gooey orange, but then it goes over the top in a way Macallan doesn't. I think I've grown beyond whiskey or something, it just doesn't cut it anymore.

11th August 2016

Too Krunk

Perfect for celebrations, occasions and events.

17th April 2016

sherry monster

A Real sherry monster.
Add water, the abv is high! Rich, fruity, delicious. Maybe it"s young, but it's fresh and give you a lot. Dark chocolate, dried fruits, red berries some oak.
Try it.

14th February 2016

Amazing scotch

Dried fruits, chocolate, delicious. A bit bitey, but so enjoyable.

30th January 2016

Not for me

I think it's a very young whisky that has got a nice Oloroso taste to start with, but the finish is more or less non existent. Would not buy again. Glendronach 15 is the sherry malt for me.

13th November 2015

Fantastic

Really good stuff, oily, rich, sherried monster, absolutely decandent!! :)

7th November 2015

I like to mess around with my whisky

I enjoyed the Sherry-ness of this dram, a little syrupy, some butterscotch, a little brine. It reminded me of another whisky I enjoyed tremendously, however less the punch of peat smoke, not to mention names (kilchoman) so I did what most wouldn't...I threw a drop of Compass Box Peat Monster into it, I'll tell you friends, while it didn't have the body of the previously unmentioned dram, it did take my palate to that place. I will forever be a sucker for a well made cask strength whisky, and adulterated or not this is a fine dram. A nice surprise from a NAS from a large corporate distillery.

7th November 2015

Very Interesting Dram.

I prefer the Smoky, peatier side's of Single malt...

But every once in a while one has to break away to something on the sweeter side and this does bring it.

The nose is busy, very busy. There is just so much going on to not like. Orange, toffee, malt, chocolate, maple, just to mention a few.

Same with the pallet, come on guys. Whats not to like about this?
Mouth feel is way thicker than the reviews here speak of, and that's with a tablespoon of water.

Finish is short but very pleasing and satisfying to me with cinnamon coming through, anise, dark chocolate, pears and floating off to a slight pepper.

A little costly, but worth it to my taste buds. I would buy again to keep in my collection.

8th August 2015

Once, not twice

I heard many good reviews about this & decided to buy a bottle to try. I am a fan of Japanese whiskeys. While it tasted nice, I found it too 'weak' on the body. It will take me a long time to finish the bottle. I don't think I will be buying another bottle for the price I paid

26th June 2015

I'm glad I tried this once...

I looked forward to trying this as I have heard good reviews about this whiskey. I am glad I tried this but for $77 a bottle (bought this in the USA), I won't be buying this again. It's nice but for that price, I prefer to continue with my Japanese whiskeys.

21st June 2015

The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Batch OL0614

By the taste is quite rough..and I would say that is a higher proportion of young whisky's.I know it's a 60.7% however I've tried many of aberlour a'budnach with similar cask strengths which were more balanced and enjoyable at at the cask strengths.

It's ok to try once..but I wouldn't buy it again,which is quite disappointing.

23rd April 2015

Whisky flaneur

Why is it that every sherry cask aged whisky gets compared to Glendronach, Aberlour/Glenfarclas cask strength? I am sure it was never The intention of Glenlivet to try and even duplicate that style. judge this whisky on its own merits and I think you will find there are many things to recommend this. There is a lot more balance & subtlety here and not just a powerhouse of a sherried malt, I found flavours of dark honey on buttery brown toast,mocha with hazelnut cordial,praline, toasted orange peel,malt loaf, bran flakes, old fashioned toffee, sticky ginger cake,nutty nougat,anise & marzipan and just because it is 60.7% abc does not mean you can't have elegance to boot. A rolls Royce driven at 50 mph of a sherried cask strength malt instead of a boy racer driving a sports car with the top down!

19th February 2015

Nice enough .... but

This is a NAS cask strength non-chillfiltered Glenlivet matured in first fill Oloroso casks. Previously, I have really enjoyed several of the 16yo 'Nadurras', so I thought I would take a chance on this NAS sherry version. Reading the 'blurb' on the box, I was surprised that the distillers described the colour as "bright gold" - it seemed to me to be much darker, as it should be, given the casking. Once opened and given time to breathe and come to temperature, the nose was pure Christmas cake - sherry, dried fruit and spices. However, I was slightly disappointed with the body: for a 60 proof, non-chillfiltered whisky it felt a bit thin in the mouth. It tasted good enough, though, with a long spicy finish. Later, I looked in my cupboard to see what I had for comparison - a Glendronach 15 (£41), an Aberlour A'Bunadh (a bargain in a local supermarket £33) and a Glenfarclas 105 (£45) - and, to be honest, I preferred all of these. Is this Glenlivet a good whisky and will I enjoy drinking it? Yes. Will I buy another? Probably not.

4th February 2015

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