A whisky fit for a king. When King George IV made his celebrated entry into Edinburgh in 1822, on a mission of reconciliation between the two countries, the first thing he asked for was a glass of The Glenlivet.
This was the very whisky that George Smith the founder of The Glenlivet distillery then made legendary. Against formidable odds, he pursued his might vision of creating a single malt whisky of exceptional quality. The Gold Medals bestowed on this elegant and exquisitely balanced 18 year old single malt, with its sublime symphony of luscious concentrated fruit and rich spicy notes, are testimony to George Smith’s priceless legacy. The great reputation of this most aristocratic of single malts has stayed supreme over the years and there is still only one single malt whisky that has the unchallengeable right to call itself The Glenlivet.
Just as it was in King George’s day.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.theglenlivet.com
*Info taken from bottle