The Glenlivet Nadurra, which means "Natural" language Gaelic, is a Scottish Single Malt Whisky 16 years of age. Nadurra is a whiskey cask, a "cask strength". After 16 years of aging in American oak barrels that have contained Bourbon, Glenlivet Nadurra is bottled directly at the output of the barrel without adding water source, which also gives a high, medium flavor, taste very rich.
Nowadays, most malt whiskeys are filtered cold. Revisiting 19th century practices, and unlike most modern whiskeys, Glenlivet single malt Nadurra is deemed filtered at room temperature, giving the mouthfeel is a Scotch with more body, more flavor and texture richer
Yellow gold supported.
Combination of floral and delicately spiced, enhanced with subtle notes of toasted oak.
A creamy flavor of red fruits and flowers honey.
Long dry oak notes with hints of ginger and hazelnut.
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.