Glenfiddich Project XX / Experimental Series
Product Description

One of the first pair of entries in Glenfiddich's Experimental Series, Project XX started as a whisky created by the distillery's 20 brand ambassadors – each selected a cask and master blender Brian Kinsman combined them to create the template for this 47%, non-chill-filtered whisky. It's a mix of sherry casks, bourbon casks and more, with a rich and spicy character.

Glenfiddich Project XX Experimental Series

  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling

70cl / 47%

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£56.25

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£46.88 ex VAT

(£80.36 per litre)

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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy Abbott (TWE)

    • Nose

      Barley sugar and lardy cake are followed by dry cinnamon and nutmeg notes. Then things get juicy, with pine needles, freshly peeled orange zest, lime jelly and hints of Haribo. Water adds in layers of fruity toffee.

    • Palate

      Chocolate-covered caramels, black pepper, orange cream and singed orange peel lead things, with milk-chocolate truffles and hazelnuts bringing up the rear. Water reveals the toffee from the nose on the palate as well as adding sweet stewed apples and sharp Granny Smiths.

    • Finish

      Dry and softly spicy to start, with sweet hints of digestive and shortbread biscuits building with butter and spice.

    • Comment

      A weighty and spicy dram with a wide range of well-integrated flavours – an expression of the characters of Glenfiddich's excellent brand ambassadors.

Customer Reviews

4.5 (21 Reviews)

  • 5

    Luke,

    Some nice plop. Great work chaps

  • 4

    Maxim,

    Standard Glenfiddich whiskey. Not the best one nor the worst. Alcohol content to strong. Fire @ Cane more enjoyable

  • 3

    Anonymous,

    Not my favourite whisky from the Glenfiddich range but pleasant enough. First taste isn’t the best but once you’ve had a few sips it grows on you.

  • 5

    Jack,

    Not a Glenfiddich fan, however the oakiness has been replaced with a sweet spicy backbone which resembles the glendronach 12 mixed with redbreast's lustau. This is one to try for the discerning sweet tooth drinker. At 47% this is incredibly drinkable and has a resemblance to more expensive whiskies such as glenmorangie signet or glenfarclas 105.

  • 5

    Anonymous,

    Can’t believe that I’m the first to review this phenomenal masterpiece! Smooth and sweet with candy floss, chocolate, etc. , complemented well by nuttiness and orange. It is as good as many 150-200? whiskies I’ve seen. Something you must try!