Glenlivet Cipher - the who done it of the whisky world. At least marketed that way. On the nose there is beautiful sweetness in the form of honey and vanilla crashing against a wall of cinnamon to produce a decent experience. The same sweetness profile continues to the palate but this time bringing with it some dark chocolate notes. There is also oak and a touch of ginger to create good harmony of flavours. The finish is no doubt dominated by spice and oakiness which linger, begging for the next mouthful of sweetness from the palate. Overall a good dram that's worth the price of admission. As far as who done it is concerned, I'd say ex-bourbon, sherry and maybe even French oak similar to their 15 year old expression.