is a Scottish whisky liqueur based
on honey, spices and herbs.
is a smooth and unique taste experience
that is worth discovering and sharing.
Its origins can be traced back to the
early days of the last century in the
busy port of Leith, east of Edinburgh,
where ships would arrive laden with
goods from all corners of the globe. It
was from this rich mixture of fruits and
spices from around the world that Ronald
Morrison (a member of the Invergordon
family of distillers) got the
inspiration to create Glayva. People's reaction
to his creation was, "Glayva" meaning "very good" in
Scots Gaelic - the name was born.
Glayva Whisky Liqueur Tasting Notes
Glayva Whisky Liqueur.
Best served over ice. The mature whisky
recipe gives Glayva its initial bite.
The oranges, almonds, herbs and spices
are there to be savoured and as it
gently slips over you are left
experiencing the rewarding afterglow. Glayva
should be sipped and every drop
should be relished.