My decoding score of 84% from the
Glenlivet website which put me in 13th
position on the leader board.
I have to say it was difficult to
choose when you can only choose just one
out of three possible selections for
each choice, particularly when you
consider there to be a touch of a couple
of the options where you can only select
one but it does make you think about
which option is the more intense. Good fun.
Morrison's Tasting Notes:
Sweet toffee laced with red apple, a
touch of cinnamon and some gentle floral
notes hovering in the background.
Deliciously sweet, almost candied orange
leads, this is joined by some pineapple
and a lovely touch of ginger spiciness.
The sweetness bitters out, nutmeg,
ginger, some drying oak and liquorice
linger long into the finish.
I suspect some kind of sweet wine cask
and some first fill European oak has
played a part here but by going by the
Glenlivet Code breaker app, I have only
managed to break 84% of the code, I hope
you have fun trying to do better.
Of course it is worth remembering that
taste is an individual thing so don't
get disheartened and think you know
nothing about whisky if you get a low
score using the Glenlivet app, where I
get apple you may get pear, it doesn't
mean you are wrong. What is important is
that you enjoy the whisky. Slainte.