Place of origin: Scotland
Alcohol concentration: 48%
The Glenlivet Illicit Still is dedicated to Glenlivet Distillery, which is still secretly operating, and Glenlivet 12 Year Old Licensed Dram is reminiscent of the official distillation license in 1824. The founder George Smith is a pioneer and has set up new standards for whiskey production. The old license has been included in the packaging design.
Glenlivet today's chief brewer Alan Winchester said: "I have always fascinated the history of our winery and George Smith. The new version of this tradition. "
The 12 -year -old Tram of Grawwa was a type of double oak. Its whiskey matured in the first filling barrels and made of oak in the United States and Europe. The opposite classic Greway's 12 -year -old double oak and its 40 % ABV, licensed 48 % ABV with alcohol content.
Regarding the taste characteristics, "The fruity and floral fragrance of Grandica was strengthened in the first full wooden barrel. Its characteristic is the aroma of golden honey and vanilla pudding, which is covered with hazelnuts and licorice. At the same time And slightly sweet to complete ".