Glenlivet Tom A Voan Single Cask 19 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Glenlivet Tom A Voan Single Cask 19 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$399.00 Bottle
  • ABV 54.1%

A highly unusual bottling from cask number "42705" called Tom a Voan, in referance to the wood from the Livet valley where the distillery was created by George Smith. It's the kind of wood used before 1824 to age whiskies. Extremely limited stocks.

Other reviews... A single cask with an age but no vintage, that’s a bit bizarre… Colour: deep gold. Nose: this seems to be a case of a newer bottling being nicer than its older siblings, which doesn’t happen every day. Very pleasant honeyed freshness, some fudge and malt, light raisins, apples (of course), maple syrup, then cigarette tobacco and ‘sweet’ leather. Something floral as well (lime tree). Very nice! With water: really very nice. Orange blossom, earl grey, artisan apple pie, honeydew… Mouth (neat): really very good, sweet and softly sherried, very honeyed, with raisins and a touch of mentholy earth. Perhaps a touch of rancio as well, then more grassy, chlorophilly notes. With water: a little praline and chocolate, and also more grassy tea. Swims very well. Finish: medium, as almost always with Glenlivet (when it’s not heavily sherried). Drinking earl grey while eating apple cake (with your old auntie). Comments: classic and classy Glenlivet, and it’s very ‘Glenlivet’. 88 points - Serge Valentin, www.whiskyfun.com