What's in a name? Fettercairn Fior whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Fettercairn Fior whiskey, rather than whisky.
A smooth fruity taste ,Me LIKE.
Bought this on place on our Bike tour in Scotland this summer.
8th December 2010
This is a Beautiful Malt smooth on the Nose and Tastes sweet i bought this as i like to try Limited Edition Malts
25th September 2011
This is great stuff.
28th October 2011
This is a Wonderful Malt Fruity with a Hint of smoke Beautiful Taste and Drink very sparingly
7th December 2011
Wish i'd found this beauty earlier. Sweet, gentle, smokey, fruits, chocolate, candy and much more. Nose and palate surprisingly good. Aftertaste not dry, just gentle fruity, pleasantly fresh.
21st February 2013
Absoulute Classic Smooth and Fruity Smoke Peat Very Fresh
9th March 2013
I did a tour of the Fettercairn distillery in September whilst in Scotland on a fishing trip, and ended up trying 4 of their whiskies, from their Fasque at the 'bottom end' of the range, a single cask, and up to their 24yo at £125+ a bottle...out of all of them the Fior was my favourite by a considerable margin!! A really nice whisky (I already had a bottle in my cabinet prior to the visit!).
9th December 2013
I did several tastings at the Grill in Aberdeen during my last trip. At the end of the week, this was my favorite.
10th December 2013