Married for at least three months in small, individually numbered batches in wooden tuns, the Glenfiddich 18 Year Old has a unique depth and complexity that has been acclaimed in the industry. Great for experiencing classic rich Glenfiddich whisky with luxurious dried fruit, candy peel and date flavours overlaid with elegant oak notes.
The rum-soaked cask infuses the aged whisky with a spicy warmth and indulgent vanilla and toffee sweetness, the character of the Caribbean shining through. This gives our whisky a sumptuous sweet intensity that is both rich and creamy yet still retains the unmistakable character of Glenfiddich. Great for those expecting a very mature, traditional yet intriguing malt. Initially soft, then brisk, vibrant and drying. New leather and oak nose combine with complex sweet, smoky and subtle ginger flavours in this classic Glenfiddich.
Aged in European oak sherry casks and new oak casks, it'sÂ expressionÂ is created using a technique pioneered byÂ Glenfiddich'sÂ Malt Master and its warm, spicy flavors are transformed with the alchemy of the Solera Vat.
Aged in European oak sherry casks and new oak casks, the whiskey is mellowed inÂ a unique Solera Vat, a large oak tun inspired by the sherry bodegas of Spain and Portugal.
Never emptied, and kept half full of whiskeys since 1998,Â the Solera Vat is the secret behind this whiskey becoming the first 15-year-old expression to enter the top ten best selling single malts.
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Glenfiddich Grand Cru 23 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Produced by William Grant & Sons in the Scottish burgh of Dufftown in Moray, Scotland. With oak casks from distant lands, it is carefully matured in the finest American bourbon and Spanish sherry oak casks for at least 12 years. Married and mellowed in oak marrying tuns for complete harmony of aroma and robust flavor. Although Glenfiddich’s distillery was founded in 1887, their story is still being written today. This whisky is deemed as the world’s most awarded single malt scotch whisky. Now that’s something for the history books. Why not give Glenfiddich a try? Pour a glass and find out what a winner tastes like.