- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- 48.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Triumph Barley Varietal
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 04 Nov 2010 7:04 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glenlivet Nàdurra - Triumph
20 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.92 points
- Coconut macaroons & vanilla. Sweet and tasty
- A very successful, fruity whisky, just to my taste.
--- blind tasting ---
A juicy fruit compote is the same in the glass, a light sting of the alcohol makes it clear that this whisky would be bottled slightly more. I find peach liqueur, grape juice, pears and orange blossom honey. A slightly spicy and "dusty" note indicates the longer maturation.
Initially less sweet than expected. The peach is back soon, now it is sweet, a nice spice joins, oak but no bitterness, milk chocolate. The alcohol is very well integrated, but gives properly volume. Very intense, delicious!
Medium length - creamy, slightly sweet fruit and milk chocolate.
- The mangoes and pineapples are definitely the winner in this one. Nose and palate are both great. Such a lovely whisky bottled at the perfect Abv.
Tropical fruits, an abundance of fresh ripe mango and pineapple slices. Malty undertones and some delicate shavings of oak.
Big fat and sticky, the delicious tropical fruit from the nose is at the forefront of this palate. Quite a bit of wood spice coming through, peppery and tingly.
Here are the flowers lying on top of malt and oak. Light with medium length in finish.
- beautiful fruity Bourbon barrel paints - although I'm not so sure, if there were not synonymous Sherryscasks in the game.
honey-sweet exotic fruits, peach, apricot, orange, melon, lemon zest and citrus oil, malt and sawdust - even wood dust that floats in the air, marzipan, bitter almond, herbaceous herbal seasoning
Honey on oranges and lemon peel, mint, oak, laurel, vanilla and freshly beaten, still juicy wood, very nice texture, oily, smooth, somewhat syrupy - looks valuable
Vanilla and fruity sweetness, birch sap, astringent with delicate herbal bitterness
- It was surprisingly good, I expected the worst; the aroma is absolutely magnificent, the taste, of course, sags, but in general the impressions are positive - they say live and saturated, much more interesting than the standard 18YO
Fresh, dense, raw oak, a scattering of honey and flower shades, lemon peel, orange, mandarin, kumquats, vanilla, various notes of exotic fruits, again an oak with light grain tones, sweet wool - very deep and rich.
Fresh, malt-oak on sweet honey substrates, exotic fruits, tangerines and vanilla; Confectionery notes, toffee; not bad, but inferior to the fragrance, there are already visible flaws, some sharpness, inappropriate bitterness.
Warm, creamy, melted milk, orange peel, tangerines, compote of exotic fruits, pleasant oak tartness.
- Something different from Glenlivet. Somewhat one-dimensional, very citrusy and sweet, but I like that. So thumbs up and price (65 € 2017) is right.
bright yellow fruits, honey melons with vanilla, lemon cake
sweet immediately, lemon drops
short, sweet, lemon, quite a bit milk chocolate removed