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Braes of Glenlivet

Region: Highlands
District: Speyside

Braes of Glenlivet, with its "church-like" architecture, is a relative newcomer having been built as recently as 1974. It is located near the community of Chapeltown, not far from Dufftown, in the heart of Speyside. Utilizing the most modern technology, all of the production was used for blending, primarily for Chivas, until recently when some bottlings showed up in independent bottlings, most notably Cadenhead and Signatory. It has been reported that this whisky is to be renamed "Breval" to avoid consumer confusion with "The Glenlivet. Watch for it.

15 year old

Proof 86
Color Dark amber
Nose Perfumy, full, and a trace of peat and spice.
Body Full and smooth.
Palate Full. Quite round and smooth, with some sweetness and floral notes.
Finish Long and quite dry.

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