Glenfiddich 1937
64 Year Old

70cl / 44%
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Glenfiddich 1937 / 64 Year Old
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In 1937, cask 843 was filled with spirit from the stills at The Glenfiddich distillery in Dufftown and laid down in a dark, damp dunnage warehouse to mature and develop. It was discovered to be an unusually slow-maturing whisky and over its life ten consecutive warehouse masters patiently watched over cask 843 and frequently nosed and tasted the whisky, noting its development. After 64 years, in October 2001, Glenfiddich's Malt Master David Stewart declared that cask 843 was finally ready to be bottled. Just 61 bottles were left in the cask.
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Glenfiddich 1937 Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Colour: Rich walnut, dark amber, antique bronze.

    Nose: Huge and complex, robust oak, burnt heather.  Poached pears in chocolate toffee, raisins, cinnamon & cloves.  A touch of leather and then dark roast coffee.

    Taste: Initial cosseting smoothness, treacle, sweet.  Then cedar, oak and drying bitter chocolate notes.

    Finish:  Doesn't overstay.  Heavy oak and sweet tobacco.  Rich fruit cake.  Smoky and very warming.

    [Tasting notes by David Stewart, Malt Master]

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 11 March 2008

    Just sold the car and brought one, drinking with the dog in my scottish cranny... tastes like gold!

  • 25 February 2008

    just joking ofcourse.great taste.glenfiddich makes only great whisky,but my favorite is still 40 years besides glen garioch 1958

  • 25 February 2008

    its best with coke

  • 19 February 2008

    Lovely in a tall glass topped up with coke! Bravo.

  • 19 February 2008

    very nice drink for the winter days :)

  • 17 January 2008

    not a bad drink, makes a good chaser for a pint of best

  • 8 January 2008

    This whisky is definitely worth the £17,000. I found it very good to sell at auction even after buying it here. It brought headlines just look at The Times 2006-04-23. The whisky brought back very happy teenage memories for me. It reminded me of when I would sneak into my fathers cellar and steal the other bottles of whiskey that we kept cached, Oh the memories. Truly, Arthur Thomas Timothy Kennedy (no relation to the former president, if only ;)

  • 2 January 2008

    Not bad for a £17,000 bottle of whisky. I'm not sure how to describe it yet, I've only had two glasses. My Initial reaction is that it's very woody, definitely a taste to acquire and savour, but honestly I've had better.