Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Golden, a red hue.
Nose: An intriguingly complex aroma. Sweet heather honey and vanilla fudge combined with rich dark fruits.
Taste: Silky smooth, revealing layers of sherry oak, marzipan, cinnamon and ginger. Full-bodied and bursting with flavour.
Finish: Satisfyingly rich with lingering sweetness.
36 Customer Reviews
Liquid gold, exceptional
Exquisite. Truly something to enjoy with others to mellow down. Very smooth. Best one I''ve had to date. Will soon get the 18yr and 21yr.
One of the nicest malts I have tasted in a long while. Bought a sample and will definitely be buying another bottle soon.
This whisky is truly one of the best malts around beautiful aromas and the taste is amazin,well done glenfiddich you have made a classic
Best in the standard range,an fantastic whisky for the price.
Got a bottle of this from my folks as a birthday treat and it isn't letting me down at all. Bags of flavours and a nice long wood finish. Yes, you would be right, i'm no wordsmith on the tasting and nosing notes haha. The only downside is it's bottled at 40% which is a bit too low for me. I like to add a bit of water and it doesn't give you much room to manoeuvre. Great scotch though and will definitely get another.
Defiantly the best one out of the 3 standard malts, the 15 year old is smoother and has slightly more flavour than the 12 and 18 year old. 12 year is my second and 18 my third but I still drink all three.
I can highly recommend this whisky and understand why Jim Murray gave it 94.5pts. The complex treatment during the aging process involving bourbon, sherry and new American oak followed by finishing off in a solera is unique and shows through in the end product. With good depth and a fantastic long finish it's a steal at this price!
As I drink my first glass it is growing on me but I think that the glenlivet 15 is a whole lot better.