Here's the info I found on the net.The Glenlivet continues its annual release of Single Cask editions with Delnabo, exclusive to Canada.
By the late 1850’s it became clear to George Smith and his son John Gordon that they would need to increase the size of their Glenlivet distillery. During this period George lived in Minmore House overlooking the distillery and overseeing the day-to-day work on the site while his son (John Gordon) had purchased the nearby Delnabo estate a few miles away near Tomintoul. This estate is the inspiration for this year's single cask release for Canada whilst the expanded distillery site is where the famous single malt is still made today.
Nose: Delightfully fruity with luscious soft fruits and homemade strawberry jam, balanced delicately with sweet rich toffee and honey.
Taste: Sweet banoffee pie, wonderfully contrasted by a hint of toasted almonds and spicy liquorice.
Finish: Long sweet and slightly spicy.
Only 285 bottles are available!