Posts Tagged “Solera”

Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part III: Glenfiddich Reserve Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

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Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part III: Glenfiddich Reserve Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

This is the first mass market Glenfiddich¬†foray into sherry casks. My excited first thought was “wow, here’s a sherry bomb from Glenfiddich”, and this is, indeed, the most interesting of the Cask Collection¬†trio. This dram suffers, however, from two flaws, probably owning to the low ABV, chill filtration and coloring, which succeed in toning down…

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Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part II: Glenfiddich Select Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

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Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part II: Glenfiddich Select Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

The Select Cask is a single malt blending of ex bourbon, ex European oak and red wine casks. As I mentioned in the first post in the series, all three expressions in this series share an underlying sweetness, and are generally very gentle drams. With no further ado, I’ll review the Select Cask.   Glenfiddich…

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Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part I: Glenfiddich Vintage Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

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Tasting the New Glenfiddich Trio – Part I: Glenfiddich Vintage Cask Whisky Tasting Notes

Readers of this blog will find it not surprising that had my relationship with Glenfiddich been on Facebook, it would have been classified as “it’s complicated”. On the one hand, I have a special place in my heart for that first love, that green, mysterious, triangular bottle in the black tube I first saw when…

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