What's in a name? Glenfiddich Robert the Bruce Decanter whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenfiddich Robert the Bruce Decanter whiskey, rather than whisky.
I was fortunate to pick up this gem a couple of years ago. The only reason I opened and tasted this perfect scotch is because I had also purchased one of the other special sets.
Let me first state I am not a scotch enthusiast. Cognac is more my speed. That said, this is the greatest scotch I've had the opportunity to taste.
If you're lucky, you may find one of these sitting on the top shelf of an old liquor store, as I did. Paid only $29.00. You'll have to strain the liquid (more than likely the cork will disinegrate).
Drink neat. Sip if you must. Do not let anything ruin the taste. Smooth, smooth, smooth. Savor and pour ONLY on special occasions.
11th June 2011