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The first person licensed under the Excise Act of 1823 was George Smith. George came from a family of farmers and distillers.
He built Glenlivet Distillery with the encouragement of his landlord, Duke of Gordon, the driving force behind the new law. Glenlivet 12 years old was first introduced in 1933, right after Prohibition in the US ended, what makes it one of the longest produced expressions of single malt. Due to rising demand and inventory shortages Glenlivet 12 was withdrawn from the European market in 2015 and replaced with non-age-statement Founder’s Reserve; it remained available in the US. In the fall of 2018 it celebrated its European re-launch.
Nose: soft, flowery and fruity, summer meadow in full bloom, apples, peaches, plums, vanilla, honey and oak.
Palate: nicely balanced, fruity, apples, peaches, prunes, vanilla custard, toffee, notes of raisins and walnuts and a touch of oak.
Finish: long and fruity, lots of dried fruit, hazelnuts and hints of oak.