Glenfiddich 18 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glenfiddich 18 Year Old Reviews
20 Customer Reviews
Nose: Very floral and exeptionally strong, I smell william''s pear, vanilla, oak and some aromas I can''t identify Taste: Very oaky and refreshing, some of the fresh floral notes from the nose turn up. It''s not at all sweet and it has a magnificient warming oaky finish, that lingers on the tounge for queit some time. Overall it''s a very wonderful whiskey for the price.
Nose - banana, vanilla, fresh green apples and oak with a hint of furniture polish. Palate - Fresh fruit with apple and pear and hints of xmas cake. Finish - Long and dry with spice, a little rum and raisin. Lovely whisky, one of my favourites.
Bananas and vanilla fudge...does anyone else get that? Very sweet finish, perhaps not as complex as the Solera but still it''s a hard drink to put down, so delicious.
just had a wee dram and oh boy it is delightful. pure class.
price quality ratio is one of the best in the world
I have tasted nearly every whisky on the market and have kept an extensive collection of mainly 25-year-old whiskies in my cellar for over 20 years now. This 18-year-old is magnificent! Extremely good value for money and a competitor for my other favourites Macallan 18-year-old and Glenmorangie 30-year-old! Buy it and enjoy it. It is smooth, fruity and mellow.
This whisky is an absolute bargain for it's age, and it doesn't taste too bad either! Lovely sherry notes, and soooo smooth you'll find it hard to put down.
This is good, really good, but I just simply prefer the 15yo. This is often on demonstration stalls in UK duty free and I always have a nip just to see if my tastes have changed but as yet they haven't. Until they do I can't justify shelling out for a bottle.
Save your money and buy the 15 yo solera.The 15 is much better and really one of the best whiskys in the world.
I thought the Glenfiddch 15 year old was good, but this is even better. It is also a lot better than some of the other 18 year old single malts out there. At first I didn't rate it, but its warm, understated elegance grows on you.