The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky

About The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky

George Smith
Year Founded:
Distillery Location:
Ballindalloch, Banffshire, Scotland
Visitor Center:

The Glenlivet Distillery
Ballindalloch, Banffshire,
Tel: 011 44 1340 821 720

Master Distiller / Blender:
Alan Winchester, Master Distiller
Types of Spirits Made:

The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky Essential Facts

  • The Glenlivet was the first Highland whisky to get a license from the crown, in 1824.
  • Listen to the brand’s series of podcasts on all things Glenlivet.
  • Can’t make it to Scotland? Check out the distillery’s webcam, which streams live footage.

How you should drink The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky

  • Straight
  • On the rocks
  • With a bit of water
  • With ginger ale
  • With club soda


  • mo miller posted 2 years ago

    I just purchased 2 750ml bottles of 12 year old Glenlivet at an estate sale. The only distinctive number on 1 bottle is 877090 - Does this number signify the date of distillation or other characteristic.

    Thank You - Mo Miller

  • dramman42 posted 2 years ago

    I particularly enjoy the Nadurra, the exquiste sweetness and barley malt flavors-Mike Mitchell 7/28/2013

    I also favor the 15 year French Oak, but prefer the 43% abv, Mike Mitchell 7/28/2013

  • jg posted 2 years ago

    The 15 French Oak is the best valued single malt on the market. I've had whiskies 2-3 times as expensive that don't come close to the complexity and depth of that one.

  • clay posted 3 years ago

    strained over ice into a rocks glass, enjoy!

  • Andrew posted 3 years ago

    Fantastic Scotch! The 12 y/o on the rocks is amazing and well worth it.

  • Ray Sutley posted 3 years ago

    The Nadurra is actually quite nice.

  • Rob posted 3 years ago


  • John Hill posted 5 years ago

    I really enjoy the 18 year old on the rocks.

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