GLENFIDDICH 18 YEAR OLD Ancient 40%
Single Malt Whisky, Scotland / Speyside, 70cl, Ref: 8905
This Speyside single malt has been partially aged in sherry barrels and reveals notes of fresh walnuts. Old gold colour; the nose is characterised by elegant notes of vanilla. The supple palate is dominated by sherry. The dry finish develops with walnuts and floral notes.
AwardsSilver Medal, Outstanding, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013 96/100 Extraordinary, Ultimate Recommendation, Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2013 Gold Medal San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2011
- The brand
Located in Dufftown, in the very heart of Speyside - one of the most favourable regions for the production and maturation of whisky - this distillery has proudly continued the work of its founder for 120 years and has remained in the hands of the same family since its creation. It is undoubtedly this fierce independence that has made it one of the most famous single malts in the world and an ambassador for Scottish tradition across the globe. It can also proudly boast its very own cooperage and a natural water spring that guarantees the consistent quality and style of its malt through the years. Find out more
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