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Distillery Exclusives

40 Year Old Cellar Collection

The Cellar Collection is an exclusive range from The Glenlivet featuring some of our oldest and rarest whiskies, sold by Mail Marketing UK Limited.

40 Year Old Cellar Collection


Dark Amber



Traditional Oak



Sweet and fruity



Long, smooth and slightly sweet



Sweet and fruity on the nose, with notes of red apples, blood orange, apricot and warm pancakes soaked in syrup



Smooth and sweet – Caramel flapjacks, chocolate chip cookies, honey and dried cherries, with a hint of delicate liquorice

George Smith
The Cellar Collection is an exclusive range from The Glenlivet only available at our distillery in Speyside, featuring some of our oldest and rarest whiskies. One of the rarest releases ever to come from The Glenlivet distillery, this limited edition has been aged in exceptional traditional oak casks for a minimum of 40 years. This longer maturation – spanning four decades – gives an additional layer of depth and complexity to the whisky’s character and flavour, whilst maintaining the signature style of The Glenlivet: incredibly smooth, balanced and fruity. Sweet notes of honey are delicately balanced with fruity notes of dried cherries and red apples, rounded off with a subtle hint of liquorice. This Single Malt is a true tribute to both heritage and craft – with only 18 bottles ever released which are non-chill filtered and bottled at cask strength (46.4% alc/vol).
The Glenlivet 12

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