Glenlivet 15 Year Old
French Oak Reserve

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Glenlivet 15 Year Old / French Oak Reserve
Web Exclusive Price £54.45 £45.38 ex VAT (£77.79 per litre)
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Customer Rating
A cut above the standard-issue 12yo, Glenlivet 15yo is finished, as the name suggests, in Limousin French Oak (the same kind that is used for many Cognacs). Expect rich notes of fruit, almonds and sweet spice.
Distillery Bottling
15 Year Old


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Almond Almond
  • Butter Butter
  • Dried Fruit Dried Fruit

Glenlivet 15 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Colour: Deep, intense gold.

    Nose: Creamy, rich, buttery.

    Palate: Fruit and nut.

    Finish: Lingering, sweet almond and spice.

49 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    10 days ago

    Very good. Smooth and rich. Deeper than the Glenfiddich 15 solera which I prefer.

  • 2
    19 March

    Bit of taste in the aftertaste but that's about it. Realy weak and not worth the money. For those who do not know whisky well.

  • 3
    15 January

    This is good but not if you have tried the 18. Go for the 18 instead, you deserve it!

  • 5
    10 December 2017

    so good. Recommend...

  • 5
    16 November 2017

    Glenlivit, I love it and fifteen's the best, smooth with lingering flavours.

  • 5
    13 November 2017

    My wife bought me this for our anniversary. I'm certainly no connoisseur but I do love a nice whiskey and this stuff is among the best I've tasted - I like to pour it into a warmed glass, no water, just the whiskey itself... instant buttery smoothness, crisp notes of vanilla and spice, long delicious finish. Will certainly impress guests. I'm buying another bottle when this one is done.

  • 5
    9 September 2017

    really very good for the money, long finish and a feeling of something above the ordinary

  • 5
    30 June 2017

    First whisky, very nice flavour. Leaves a taste which is pleasurable.

  • 5
    21 April 2017

    Smooth, creamy, vanilla. My favorite.

  • 4
    24 March 2017

    Hate whiskey but studied review after review and wanted to buy my baby brother a gift as he was an amazing support when mum died Your reviews helped me choose this as my price range was ?50 So I'm giving you reviewers a strong 4* x

  • 5
    21 February 2017

    Lovely jubbly. Goes down like the Titanic.

  • 5
    4 February 2017

    Tasted like a Good Cognac. Great jump in comparison to 12yo. Lovely smooth taste.

  • 5
    19 January 2017

    Excellent - recently purchased and has to be a favourite. To put in context the whiskies among my favourites are Yamazaki 12 and 18 (though 18 getting a little expensive!), macallan 10, penderyn madeira cask, bowmore doublewood, ardmore traditional cask, bowmore darkest. Amazing flavour and very moreish.

  • 5
    9 December 2016

    The first whisky I have ever been able to drink, opening up a new world of Spey whisky

  • 4
    17 May 2016

    "Nose" Very fruity and floral. Roses, cherries and dark berries. Not the most incredible of aromas to rise out of my glass, but that's ok because the price was not the most incredible either. "Palate" Cherry, rich dark plums and of course oak. Creamy. An exotic oak, but not too exotic such that it is weird. All pleasing flavors here. Soft, enjoyable, very drinkable texture. Nice firm mouthfeel to this one. "Finish" Vanilla, more oak and drying a bit. Not super long, but not bad either.

  • 5
    13 May 2016

    Excellent flavor, very smooth

  • 5
    10 December 2015

    This scotch is miles from the 12 year-old. If one wants a very smooth, fruity taste, it makes one hesitate to swallow. I have to wonder why I waited so long. That Limousin French Oak finish, that je ne sais quoi...!

  • 4
    18 October 2015

    It gives a smokey nose. As you sip you get the usual tingle at the top of the mouth. On the exhale of breath after you can note a berry and vanilla. A slight dash of water will null the sting and bring out more of the flavours. A good all round single for the money, however others in its range can be more interesting and more available in local shops. 4*

  • 4
    18 July 2015

    Good product, I personally find the 12 a bit lacking on delivery and slightly unrefined in terms of the raw alchohol taste. The 15 solves all this, it tastes like the 12 but just more oomph! Its more flavourful, pronouced, and is more complex than the 12, not to mention it is super smooth. I would have rated it higher because I think it''s downfall is that it should of been bottled at 43% .

  • 3
    11 May 2015

    There is complexity to this whisky. I won''t repeat what has been said regarding nosing and tasting notes. The only observation k have is that the nose, for me, is almost like a strong perfume. I added a little water to calm it down. Addi a little water also allowed the fruit notes, typical found in the Glenlivet 12yo to come out. I must say that I enjoy the 12yo a bit more than the 15yo. However, if I were to recommend any Glenlivet, it would be the Nadurra 16yo. The one I referring is not the Oloroso batch. I would like to see what the Glenlivet ''expressions, would taste like if they didn''t chill filtered.

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