Glenlivet Bottle Service
In 1824, George Smith the founder of Glenlivet obtained a distiller’s licence so he could produce and trade whisky legally. The first to do so in Speyside. The smugglers were furious that George could go about his business freely while they still had to conceal their activities. Anger turned to violence, and threats on George’s distillery – and his life – became more and more common. He famously carried a pair of hair-trigger pistols, given to him by the Laird of Aberlour, which he fired in self-defence on more than one occasion.
Toast and celebrate with those close to you with a selection of some of the finest drams Speyside can put out. Delicate, floral and rich, The Glenlivet exhibits flavours of green apple & vanilla, and develop as it ages into complex spices of cinnamon & nutmeg, dried fruits & citrus.
The Whisky List
The following is a catalogue of all our whisky on the back bar. For your convenience, it is alphabetised regardless of style, country or region. Take note of the flavour camps on the left to give you a snapshot of what the whisky tastes like, these are explained overleaf. Slainte Mhath!
View Glenlivet Bottles and Whisky List (PDF)