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Review: Glenlivet Scotch Single Malt 15yr

Today we are going to review Glenlivet scotch single malt 15-year old for scotch lovers, This guide will make your purchasing decisions easy and quick.

History of the Scotch

During the early 19th century illegal distilleries were familiar with the wind in Speyside, Scotland.

After the introduction of Excise Act in 1823, one of the first people to get the license was George Smith; this is how the Glenlivet Distillery started.

Following the distillation, a portion of Glenlivet scotch single malt 15 years is matured in French Oak, which typically is reserved for this purpose only, which provides it its spiciness.

Glenlivet Scotch - Gold for Eyes

Glenlivet scotch single malt 15-year-old is genuine gold for the eyes when neat its color is golden hue.

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Nose and taste receptor cells

People who know their drinks can tell you the taste and if the alcohol is worth drinking or not merely by smelling it. As far as Glenlivet scotch single malt 15 years is concerned, it has this warmer, liquorish and creamy, chocolaty aroma with a touch of orange.

It is said to be giving the impression of 18, much older than it is.

all the years

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If we dare to talk about the taste receptors, this scotch is thinner, have apples, tropical fruitiness, fig, ripe pineapple and insinuates that is has been spiced with clove, ginger, and cinnamon.

The Aftertaste

The scotch has a lasting taste, with a sense of dryness in the mouth with a peppery note may be because of the cinnamon.

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Blend with water or not?

We won’t recommend this! It will make the drink less lathery, less tardy and pretty much falls apart with even a little addition of water.

The taste chances too, a generic fruity sweeter taste arises with water.

Final Verdict

It is a perfect scotch, and it gives one the value of his/her money, just serve it neat and gather all the compliments from guests.

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