I haven't had Nadurra, but if you need to know what I felt about 'fiddich 15 and 'livet 15 FO, I can give some novice advise.
Well I guess fruity isn't for me..so I am finding to difficult find a rappo with all the fruity profile drams in my collection; Glenlivet 12, Glenlivet 15 FO and Glenmorangie Original. Of the three, I prefer Glenmorangie. 'fiddich Solera 15 gets the nod ahead of these three.
My initial description for Glenlivet 12 was the word 'harsh', when it was among the first SM I had tasted. I was totally wrong about that. Now I consider it mild to the point of being called 'bland'. I know..these are not very helpful tasting notes. I guess my days posting a tasting note is yet to come
My lack of preference for Glenlivets seem to have increased since I became an Islay fan.. It is not that I haven't tried. I drink about 40 ml of 2-3 different drams whenever I drink these days. Glenlivets used to be the first dram I try on most of these days..hoping I will discover something new about it to like it. Alas, I never got the craving for a second pour and I would move on to my favourite drams.
Today I did what I was thinking all these days since I read The Third Dram's article on home vatting. I had new dram called Glenberg 10 (Glenlivet 12 & Ardbeg 10 in 75:25 ratio) and I guess I have found a way to conserve my Ardbeg
Ok I must confess I don't think Glenlivets are a bad dram. They just taste different to my liking. Glenlivet 15 is a tad more preferable though in the way a song sound better on a slightly better music equipment, though the song remain the same.