Character: The balanced and elegant one
Colour: Old gold with apricot hues
Nose: Rich fruit aromas and toffee notes
Palate: Wonderfully balanced, with bursts of sweet oranges
Finish: Long, with spice and moist raisin notes
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 96 points - Notes of spiced apples and oranges mix with grassy aromas on the intricately layered nose. The flavors are elegant and delicate in the mouth offering floral tones, light caramel and coffee and a touch of smoke throughout. Incredibly smooth and round, silken. (Apr 2014)
Wine Enthusiast 93 points - Vibrant orange-amber color and a warm, citrusy scent. Expect lots of honey and caramel from the get-go, winding into an interestingly dry and lingering finish entwining leather, cocoa, coconut and ginger. Good value.
— K.N. (Dec 2011)
A very special Glenlivet. The bouquet is remarkably flowery, clean and soft. The taste is light-bodied with a delicate balance between sweetness and malty dryness. Flowery, peachy, notes of vanilla with a restrained, long gently warming finish. 90-95 points and Highly Recommended, Wine Enthusiast: "Lovely, expansive bouquet includes scents of malted barley, baking spice, hearty spirit, toasted marshmallow, honeysuckle, fresh honey and dried citrus peel. Palate entry is firmly structured, moderately grainy sweet and features integrated flavors of honey wheat toast, dried apricot and wood resin; midpalate is slightly sweet, keenly resiny, grainy, toffee-like and tight. Finishes lean, crisp and dry."
|Established in 1798, ours is the only distillery on Mull and one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. It is unique, not just because of its idyllic location, but because it produces two different, but equally alluring, single malts: the fruity, unpeated Tobermory and the more robust and smoky Ledaig.
Centuries have passed, but our uncompromising tradition, dedication and devotion remain.
It is always a privilege to welcome new friends to our distillery and share our world with them. We would urge anyone who has not experienced the sublime beauty of Mull to come and visit our island.