Nadurra is the most natural expression of The Glenlivet. It is batch produced at cask strength using traditional methods.
Most whiskies are chill-filtered to prevent the liquid becoming cloudy when adding water or ice.
Omitting chill-filtration gives the mouth feel more body and a richer texture, and stays true to the style of whisky that was enjoyed in the 19th century. It turns cloudy at low temperatures because it contains more natural oils from the grain.
The first-fill ex-bourbon casks impart Nadurra’s distinctive vanilla notes.
|Character: The pure and natural one
Colour: Pale gold with lemony shades
Nose: Fresh, intense and fragrant
Palate: Crisp, with hints of peaches and vanilla
Finish: Long and dry with a liquorice tang
|Brilliant old gold color. Caramel, vanilla, five spice marinated olive, and chocolate covered orange peel aromas. A rich, slightly tannic entry leads to an off-dry full body of rich ginger, exotic spice, toffee, and roasted nut, dried heather, and sherry notes. Finishes with a long, vibrant Bananas Foster, mineral and spice fade. A rich, powerful and eminently satisfying malt with flavor to spare.", Beverage Testing Institute 94pts
| Ultimate Beverage Challenge 94 points (Mar 2013)
Delicate fruit aromas of yellow plums and lemons mixed with lady finger cookies. Very spicy and rustic flavor profile with wood smoke and toffee flavors, slightly sweet on the finish. Leathery and rugged in texture.
Wine Enthusiast 92 points (Dec 2011)
Deep, rich scents of butterscotch, toffee, and vanilla bean rise from the glass. The palate is rich and massive with a lush core of sweet malt supported by baked apple, brown baking spices, and caramel. A big and assertive malt perfectly proportioned for
Light and versatile, although at over 100 proof "natural cask strength,” this golden spirit could stand some dilution, whether via a dose of ice water or mixing into a cocktail. Perfumy floral-honey nose, with flavors of vanilla lemon, oak, and a hint of smoke on the finish.
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