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[18 Oct 2015 | 2 Comments | ]
A visit to the The Glenlivet Concept shop in Tel Aviv

The Glenlivet whisky got its license to distil malt whisky in 1824 we all know that, since then a lot of whisky has been flowing and the Glenivet has become the #1 single malt whisky brand worldwide (as for 2014) passing the Glendiffich recently. The Glenlivet malt has been present in Israel for quite some time, but as it seems …

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[6 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
TWE Exclusive: Glenlivet 1981  33yo, signatory Cask # 9464 – Review

It’s really hard to find BAD signatory bottlings, I’ve tasted quite a few, and you can be fairly sure that you’ve got a nice dram when you bought one. I’ve blogged about a few over the years, and drank others, and mostly loved them. A very good IB. So when I got 3 wee samples of exclusive Signatory bottling for …

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[3 May 2015 | No Comment | ]
Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve–The new Glenlivet on the block replacing the 12 yo (in some markets) – review

I am not a huge Glenlivet 12  fan (I do think it’s a nice entry level malt, don’t get me wrong here, ok?) , so I was not really taken by the news of replacing the 12 year old  (in some markets, relax!) which is indeed a staple whisky and second only to the Glenfiddich 12 when it comes to …

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[21 Jan 2015 | 6 Comments | ]
Glenlivet 1998, 15yo– Signatory for Whiskybrother – Review

Whiskybrother is a shop located in Johannesburg, SA, and owed by Marc Pendelbury who’s a fellow whisky blogger and friend. I had the pleasure of meeting Marc a few years back when he was visiting Israel, after knowing him online for some time, and he’s a real great guy and a gentleman. Marc has pursued his love of whisky and …

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[29 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]
The New Glenlivet Nadurra “First Fill” – Review

About two weeks ago The second instalment in the Nàdurra series was released (after the first Oloroso cask). This edition is called “first fill”, the whisky is drawn from casks made from American White Oak that have never before been used to mature Scotch whisky (what we call: Virgin oak). Two versions of this are available: one at cask strength …

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[13 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
The Glenlivet Guardians Chapter–Tasting notes and thoughts

It’s very hip these days for whisky brands to let us the consumers be more involved in the whisky creation process. A few distilleries (such as Glenmorangie – who even went further with this letting the consumers choose the name, cask profile and even packaging of their new Tagtha expression) have done so in the past, and The Glenlivet have …

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[11 Sep 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Musing about The Glenlivet Range

Richard Barr is a member of the Whisky Israel tasting society , a blog correspondent at times,  and a good whisky friend and big whisky lover. From time to time he posts his notes and adventures on our blog.

My recent travels on British Airways reminded me of a Single Malt Whisky moment I had a few …

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[29 May 2011 | One Comment | ]
Tasting Creative whisky Co, the exclusive malts , Glenlivet 12 yo

After posting my notes on the Exclusive malts Glengoyne 9 yo , i got a comment from Johan , a whisky blogger from Sweden, and a reader of my blog (Thank you Johan!) who mentioned another lovely bottling from the CWC, of this 12 year old ‘Livet. Johan kindly agreed to send me a wee sample from a bottle of …