One of the most famous malts in the world, perhaps on account of the story of George Smith, an illegal distiller in Speyside who went legit when he obtained the first license to legally distill whisky in 1824. For many years afterwards he had to carry a pair of pistols to protect himself and his family from his aggrieved erstwhile colleagues, t ... Read More »
An old bottling of 12 year old from Glenlivet with a tin depicting Muirfield golf course. This was bottled in the 1970s, so would have been distilled in the 1960s, a decade which saw the floor maltings close.
A dark gold 30 year old Glenlivet 1981 bottled by one of Scotland's greatest independent bottlers, Signatory, in 2012 after 30 years of maturation in a sherry hogshead. Difficult to see how you could go wrong here, unless you don't like sherried whisky.
A 1974 single cask from Glenlivet, selected by us here at The Whisky Exchange, bottled by Berry Brothers and Rudd, and released at the Whisky Show 2013. A hit on both the Show Bottlings and Berry's stands, with some elegant old woody notes.
A TWE exclusive bottling, this very special Glenlivet was released in late 2012 as part of the distillery's Single Cask Editions, which are named alphabetically. Minmore is the name of the site of the Glenlivet distillery and is manifested here by an 18 year old bourbon cask, bottled at its impressive strength of 57.9%.
A 1967 vintage Glenlivet bottled by Gordon & Macphail using the retro Smith's label. As usual G&M's price for this in comparison to official bottlings is incredible - the wonders of buying casks independently for coming on 100 years.