Novice Scotch Fan wrote:In your opinion which is the most improved in the last five years?
I know I've PM'ed you a 'short' list of seven such distilleries, NSF. But forced to narrow my selection down to a single pick, I'd probably opt for Glenlivet. From the entry-level 12-year old (better than ever, as far as I'm concerned) through the tasty 15-year old French Oak Reserve, the delectable 18-year old and sumptuous, dessert-like 21-year old to, of course, the excellent cask-strength 16-year old Nadurra, this distillery appears to presently be at the top of its game.
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