This very famous Speyside single malt reveals a very complex aromatic palette moving between fruity and floral notes. The Glenlivet 18 year old won the gold medal in the Single Malt category at the International Spirits Competition 2002.
Deep golden color, floral nose with sweetness is also marked by spices. The mouth develops on the fruit floral and tangy with length.
Deep gold color.
The floral nose with sweetness is also marked by spices ..
Rich sweet. It grows with flavors of ripe mango decorated with spicy notes (cinnamon, pepper)
The mouth develops on the fruit floral and tangy with length.
This is the heart of the Highlands beats as the whiskey, because this region has fifty distilleries malt, a good half of those in Scotland. River Spey who gave his name crosses from south to north, in an area of desert plateaus carved by rivers, where s is gathered mainly from human activities.