Whisky Review: Glenfiddich Private Vintage 1975 Specially Bottled for Cathay Pacific

Style: Delicate and Dignified Nose: Velvety but massively complex aroma on the nose. Resins and vanilla oak notes are surprisingly up front. Buttery stewed fruits are hiding slightly deeper, dried apricots and apple rings. Milk chocolate malt, chilli spice gives a gentle graze. Every element manages to find a window to sing its tone. Palate:…

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Whisky Review: Glenfiddich ‘Project XX’

Tasting Notes: Glenfiddich Experimental Series 02 ‘Project XX’ Style: Sweet and Spicy Nose: Almost a winey texture on the nose, clean thread of autumn apples feeding through the scent. Generous caramel-cereal crust shatters to reveal orange candy, fruity liquorice lurking within. A quick of honey and black pepper spice dusting over. Palate: Deeper, initial touch…

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Whisky Review: Glenfiddich Aged 30 Years

Tasting Notes: Glenfiddich Aged 30 Years ☆ Style: Dignified and Complex Nose:  Elegant aroma diffuses in softly, a beautifully knitted medley of red apples, resins, black tea leaves and caramel notes generate a light, bright but dignified vibe. Dry smoke and white pepper wraps around sweet creamy malt. A nice and complex nose. Palate: A…

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