Many distilleries would love the title of oldest distillery in Scotland. Disputes around this aside, Glenlivet was the first distillery to take out a license in 1824 and has enjoyed huge success ever since. So popular was its whisky that other distilleries attempted to share it's dominance by adding 'of Glenlivet' to their labels. Glenlivet soon took legal action and its Single Malt is now named 'The Glenlivet' to ensure there is only one. Still to this day it is one of the highest selling Single Malt whiskies in the world. Glenlivet currently has seven sets of stills making 10.5 million litres of alcohol a year, but with plans well under way for a large expansion.

Glenlivet is open to visitors.  


Glenlivet 18 year old
Glenlivet 18 year old is one of the great malt whiskies available on the market. This whisky is as subtle and...
Glenlivet Cipher
Very little can be said about this mysterious bottling from Glenlivet as very little is known. A limited edition Single...
Glenlivet Founder's Reserve
The new entry level Single Malt for Glenlivet Distillery replacing the 12 year old. The Founder's Reserve embodies everything that...
Glenlivet Nadurra First Fill Boubon
The Gaelic for natural, The Glenlivet’s Nadurra range is all natural colour, un-chill filtered and bottled at cask strength. The...
Glenlivet Nadurra Oloroso
This Nadurra is matured with Oloroso a goof example of that warming spice character we love from Sherry matured Whisky....
Glenlivet Nadurra Peated
Its Glenlivet modern characters of fruit are here but with a nod back to its roots when the used to...