Liquid Gold Award - 2014
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
What's in a name? Glenfiddich Snow Phoenix whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenfiddich Snow Phoenix whiskey, rather than whisky.
It's such a shame my student loan doesn't stretch this far, because this is one whisky I need to try!
1st March 2014
I bought it 12 months ago and decide to save it.I then decide to open at my sons wedding this year very enjoyable whisky.I found it very smooth and mellow excelente after taste.Will definitely buy another bottle i might even save the next one
20th October 2013
I recently met up with my son who had a bottle of Snow Phoenix - unopened. What better occasion than to open it to celebrate both of our birthdays. And what a delightful surprise it was. A very smooth, and mellow taste, so much so that we locked it away afterwards determined to use it to celebrate our birthdays in a year's time. We attended WhiskyLive in Melbourne a day later and I couldn't find one that met the well-rounded finish of the Snow Phoenix.
17th June 2013
i have 36 bottles at home :-p yum
16th April 2013
Never heard the hype surrounding this scotch. I found Snow Phoenix to be a supremely drinkable whiskey.
10th July 2012
The Snow Phoenix proved to be a much more enjoyable drink than I had expected. Probably the hype surrounding this whisky had lower my expectations. But I found it to be a very enjoyable whisky. The nose is very nice and you do not get the alcohol hit you would expect despite the 47.5% alcohol level. The whisky is smooth and very pleasant on the palate leaving a light sweet note.
11th August 2011