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Matured in a small number of ex-sherry casks and American oak casks, Glenfiddich Grand Cru has been finished for four months in a combination of first-fill and second-fill French oak casks that have been used to ferment wine that will eventually become Champagne. The palate offers notes of creamy vanilla, brioche, pear sorbet and white grapes, complimented by aromas of freshly-baked bread, apple blossom and lemons.Tasting Notes (1)
Glenfiddich Grand Cru 23 Year Old
Caroline Roddis (The Whisky Exchange)
Soft lemon and pink lady apple notes sit alongside a heavier creaminess. Marzipan and honey brioche follow. The apple becomes more intense with time, picking up grapes, floral honey and the merest hint of red fruits along the way.
Oily. Sweet, honeyed fruits and a rush of cream, then baked apple tart with extra apple skins and flecks of spice. The sweet nuttiness from the nose is present too.
Dry and short, with notes of hazelnuts, brioche and honeysuckle.
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The packaging alone is something diffent and a far cry from a bottle in a tube. I was quite impressed with the instant creamy mouth feel with sweet notes but not cloying then onto a crisp dry finish. More than what I would normally spend on a bottle but pleased that on the occasion I did it matched my expectations.
Bought this extraordinary whisky as a present for the hubby's job promotion. We wanted to save it for Xmas but couldn't resist the temptation to taste it immediately and it went way beyond our expectations! Despite my husband being a fan of Macallan he changed his heart for Glenfiddich after this sweet surprise. I hope they release more whisky like this one, definitely a great present - and stunning packaging.
Interesting whiskey, but find it more of a marketing gimmick than anything else. While the champagne / white wine aromas are really pronounced , one can get those even while sitting few meters away. With all the sweet, floral, citrusy , tarty & nutty flavours, it feels like a "summery dram" . However the mouthfeel and finish were utterly disappointing. Definitely not worth the price. One can easily buy 3-4 whiskies (on thewhiskyexchange itself) for 220 quids, each better than this gimmick.
Tried in on the Whisky Show this year and I was instantly sold. It's crisp and light and you can immediately taste the champagne and crisp apple note.
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