Glenlivet - Nadurra

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The Fachan
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Postby The Fachan » Mon Jun 25, 2007 4:49 pm

Les,

thats the travel retail nadurra you have which carry a different bottling code to Mr. T's domestic versions.

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Postby les taylor » Mon Jun 25, 2007 4:51 pm

The Fachan wrote:Les,

thats the travel retail nadurra you have which carry a different bottling code to Mr. T's domestic versions.



They start with LT if I had put them you'd probably think I was making them up.

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Postby Deactivated Member » Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:10 pm

Well, that explains the B and A on my bottles--those are my initials.

How do they do that? :o

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Postby les taylor » Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:12 pm

MrTattieHeid wrote:Well, that explains the B and A on my bottles--those are my initials.

How do they do that? :o




Only the Guardian's of the Glenlivet know the answer. If we tell you we have to kill you.

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Postby Ardbeg311 » Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:16 pm

Currently enjoying the same Glenlivet that T. lists Nadurra Batch 59.2%1206B. Will likely buy 2 more of these for the drinking stock. A real fine single malt.

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Postby shoganai » Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:18 am

Damn. I wish I'd known that. I've been through two bottles since last October. I loved them both. I have no idea which batch they were from.

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Postby netgio » Wed Jun 27, 2007 10:04 pm

Got a shock today at the Whisky Exchange in London... there was the "diluted" Nadurra (1 litre) sat quietly on the shelf...and the price...55 quid!! I nearly fell over... I think I paid about 40 Euro in DF... Also, no sign of the CS variety.

I love the stuff but I'll now be treating my bottle with a bit more respect :mrgreen:

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Re: Glenlivet - Nadurra

Postby randall fairbrook » Sat Nov 10, 2007 10:02 pm

my notes, first tasting



the glenlivet - nadurra 16 yr cask strength un-chill filtered speyside single malt - bottled 06/06 - 57.2%

color: light hay

nose: a lot going on with this one- riesling, meyer lemon, raisin, honeyl, avender

mouthfeel: sudden alcohol, long alcohol finish in cheeks and gums..medium alcohol in the back of the throat

taste: WOW...riesling, sugar, corn, honey, vanilla, spearmint, woodsy..the first tastes bursts open with flavor, give it time before you try a second taste, floral aftertase..really nice

nose with water: sugar, banana, caramel, vanilla

taste with water: honey, grass, figs, vanilla, wood...tames the alcohol a bit and does bring out more flavors

try it neat first...wow what a burst of notes....then a few drops of water...


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