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We know our whisky! From single malt and blended whiskey to grain and rye whiskey, we stock over 1000 varieties of whisky, available to buy online. Our range includes whiskies such as Suntory Yamazaki, Yellow Spot, Powers John Lane, Amrut and more familiar brands such as Jack Daniels, Jim Beam and Jamesons. We stock whiskey from America, Ireland, Japan, India and a whole host of other countries around the globe. For the whisky connoisseur there is always something new to discover at Drinkfinder and we will keep you up to date with the latest and rarest whiskies for your collection.

  • Glenlivet Nadurra First Fill Selection Batch FF1115 59.6% 70cl
    This is a new addition to The Glenlivet Nadurra Range. First Fill has been matured in New American white oak, so a brand new cask which has not been used before. This type of cask imparts lovely vanilla notes with sweet pear and tropical fruits of pineapple and ripe banana with a citrus burst. Refreshing and moreish Bottled 11/15
    £45.40
  • The Glenlivet 18 years old 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement
    his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was pushed through by the Duke of Gordon - Smiths's landlord - to stop illicit distilling. Gordon then persuaded Smith to take out the first licence and he also helped to set up the distillery at
    Drumin. Due to the success of Glenlivet, a number of distilleries in the region appended the name Glenlivet to their own. In 1880 J.G. Smith took legal action and the court ruled that there was only one "The Glenlivet".
    Distillery bottling.
    £59.99
  • The Glenlivet Nadurra Peated Cask Finish 61.5% 70cl
    This third addition to the Nadurra range from The Glenlivet distillery in Speyside. This edition has been finished in casks which has previously held heavily peated whisky. The result is gentle smoky notes that complement the smooth fruitiness of The Glenlivet.
    Rich an tangy marmalade with creamy vanilla, toffee and distinct smokiness. The finish is complex and big with spice and layers of smoke.
    £50.50
  • Glenlivet Nadurra Oloroso Matured Batch 60.3% 70cl
    New bottling from Glenlivet under the Nadurra (natural) name is this Oloroso. Matured exclusively in First Fill Oloroso sherry casks from Jerez Spain. A deep rich colour from the sherry cask aging shows aromas of dried fruits with cinnamon spice. The palate is smooth with orange marmalade and hints of dark chocolate leading to a long finish, which is sweet, then becoming drier with spice.
    £46.50
  • The Glenlivet 15 years old 40% 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement
    his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was pushed through by the Duke of Gordon - Smiths's landlord - to stop illicit distilling. Gordon then persuaded Smith to take out the first licence and he also helped to set up the distillery at
    Drumin. Due to the success of Glenlivet, a number of distilleries in the region appended the name Glenlivet to their own. In 1880 J.G. Smith took legal action and the court ruled that there was only one "The Glenlivet".
    Distillery. Vintage:
    £34.84

    Out of stock

  • Glenlivet 15 years old Smiths 40% 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement
    his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was pushed through by the Duke of Gordon - Smiths's landlord - to stop illicit distilling. Gordon then persuaded Smith to take out the first licence and he also helped to set up the distillery at
    Drumin. Due to the success of Glenlivet, a number of distilleries in the region appended the name Glenlivet to their own. In 1880 J.G. Smith took legal action and the court ruled that there was only one "The Glenlivet".

    TASTING NOTE
    Colour: Golden.
    WITHOUT WATER
    :Nose: Light with fruit notes - pear drops and caramel aromas.
    Palate: Smooth creamy vanilla flavours with fruity notes - raisins and toffee apples with a smoky edge.

    WITH WATER
    :Nose: Creamy caramel notes with floral and fragrant aromas - rose petals.
    Palate: Fruity notes - raisins with sweet toffee flavours and hints of smokiness.
    Body: Light and balanced.
    Finish: Well rounded.
    Cask Type(s): Refill Sherry casks.
    Whisky Style: Elegant and refined - Classic Speyside.
    £35.86

    Out of stock

  • Glenlivet Nadurra 16 years Old 54.3% 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement
    his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was pushed through by the Duke of Gordon - Smiths's landlord - to stop illicit distilling. Gordon then persuaded Smith to take out the first licence and he also helped to set up the distillery at
    Drumin. Due to the success of Glenlivet, a number of distilleries in the region appended the name Glenlivet to their own. In 1880 J.G. Smith took legal action and the court ruled that there was only one "The Glenlivet".

    Bottled 12/10
    Batch No. 1210m
    Non Chill Filtered.
    £48.99

    Out of stock

  • Glenlivet 21 years old Smiths 43% 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement
    his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was pushed through by the Duke of Gordon - Smiths's landlord - to stop illicit distilling. Gordon then persuaded Smith to take out the first licence and he also helped to set up the distillery at
    Drumin. Due to the success of Glenlivet, a number of distilleries in the region appended the name Glenlivet to their own. In 1880 J.G. Smith took legal action and the court ruled that there was only one "The Glenlivet".

    TASTING NOTE
    Colour: Golden amber.
    WITHOUT WATER
    :Nose: Sherry influences are present. A liquorice and almond edge come to the fore. A slight fruitiness - cooked figs.
    Palate: Initially very spicy - chillies. A creamy texture and milk chocolate notes follow. Exoctic fruit notes emerge.
    WITH WATER
    :Nose: Very fruity - ripe bananas and melon. A strong Sherry influence.
    Palate: A hint of spice - black pepper. Fresh apple and a hint of chocolate.
    Body: Medium to full.
    Finish: Long and smooth.
    Cask Type(s): Refill Sherry and Bourbon casks.
    Whisky Style: Aged and mellowed with delicate aromas and flavours.
    £68.99

    Out of stock

  • Glenlivet 25 years old Silver Jubilee 26/1/3 fl ozs 75cl
    A limited edition bottling to mark the silver jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 1952-1977

    Bottle no. 830
    70 Proof
    £768.75

    Out of stock

  • The Glenlivet Josie 17 years old Single Cask Edition 57.5% 70cl
    This is a new single cask bottling from the Glenlivet Distillery.Distilled on the 6th July 1994 before it was aged in cask number 4014 (a first fill butt) for 17 years before bottling at natural cask strength on the 14th November 2011. It was named Josie after the underground spring that provides pure mountain water to the distillery. It is hard and mineral-rich and this accounts for some of The Glenlivet's character.
    £154.95

    Out of stock

  • Glenlivet Nadurra 16 years old Batch 031 Bottled 03/13 54.8% 70cl
    This latest edition of Nadurra from Glenlivet Distillery has been bottled at natural cask strength 54.8% vol from batch no. 03/13W. Bottle unchilfiltered to retain more of the natural flavour and oils. A floral nose with sweet spice and toasted oak. The palate is smooth and silky with sweet fruits and honey. The finish is long and dry with notes of hazelnuts and ginger.
    £48.99

    Out of stock

  • Braes of Glenlivet 16 years old Cadenhead 46% 70cl
    Cadenhead bottling of Speyside Distillery Braes of Glenlivet. aged for 16 years in a Bourbon Hogshead and bottled at 46% vol. 1of 606 bottles.
    £40.99

    Out of stock

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