The first distillery to take out a licence after the Excise Act of 1823, the distillery was a favourite of King George IV who demanded nothing but Glenlivet during a visit to Edinburgh in 1821 - three years before it was legal! Glenlivet has given its name to the 'longest valley in Scotland', so called after several distilleries laid claim to the Glenlivet suffix to cash in on the distillery's sterling reputation. But only one can call itself The Glenlivet.
The distinctive bottle replicates the style of those used in the 1740s. Every bottle is individually blown.
Sealed with a glass stopper and cork.Hand-tooled leather case and brass fittings. Lining and bottle pouch in chamois
Age: 21 Year Old
43%ABV / 75cl
Bottle Number: 91-1580 / 12000
Comes with a glass framed Glenlivet advert.
Please note the damage to the advert.
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