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Glenfiddich 18 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Glenfiddich 18 Year Old

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Glenfiddich 18 Bottling Note

This 18 year old from Glenfiddich's core range was matured in a mix of Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Loads of fruit. Zesty grapefruit, baked toffee apples. Dry, chocolate Flake-y wood and cinnamon.

Palate: Candied fruits and Glenfiddich freshness balances richer notes of dried apricot, more cinnamon and toffee, ginger and dry Sherry.

Finish: Peels and a touch of salted toffee.

Overall: A wonderfully rich and enjoyable Glenfiddich single malt.

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Glenfiddich 18 Year Old Reviews


Its smooth n has lovely aroma. I like it.

15th November 2020

a damn fine whisky and at reasonable price t'boot.

An extremely smooth dram as an 18yr old really should be. Even at 40%abv its got a long finish, and mouthfeel is nice too. Cinnamon, apples and plenty dried fruits and sherry on show. a little vanilla in the end as well.
Being a small batch whisky its not always going to be same even with the vatting procedure. No need for water with this either, but dont let forst few sips put you off its qualities.

a damn fine whisky and at reasonable price t'boot.

24th October 2020

It is very good

great taste and smooth finish but very harsh on the mouth, needs to be watered a bit

3rd October 2020

Not what it was.

I bought a bottle of this last night. This is by no means the first time I have drunk Glenfiddich 18, being a Scot "of a certain age". I have to say this whisky lacks the character of previous bottles. It tastes a little thin, as if it has been filtered or toned-down. I suspect that the barrels used were a bit tired. Not for the first time have I drawn this conclusion recently. It's still a nice drop, but it does lack "oomph". Ten years ago, Glenfiddich 18 was thick, challenging; a "serious" dram. Now it is.... Polite.
This is extremely unfortunate

30th September 2020

Enjoyable, flavoursome whisky

Was bought a bottle of this by my son & daughter for my 60th birthday - always liked Glenfiddich (even though I tend to drink others nowadays), but this one has been pretty awesome - even managed to eke it out until (almost) 61st birthday!
Most enjoyable!

19th August 2020

LOVE IT, absolutely tasteful, and the notes are just changing shot glass after shot

I'm here in Colorado, bought a firearm, and feller from BigR who sold it too me is from scottland.. so while sitting waiting he tells me nothings finer than true single malt Scotch Whiskey. So I of course gotta get some, I find a bottle I like, I stop back buy and as him if Glenfiddich would be up to his liking I paid 120$ for my bottle. He said absolutely fine scotch there you have. So went home drinking it, and drinking a 60 minute IPA beer I like to mix my fine scotch with very fine expensive beers while I enjoy some video gaming. I'm a business owner, doing a million dollars a year in business and need to rest my mind. This Scotch hits me with notes of smell that makes me think of scotch candy itself, it's smooth and each small shot begins tasting different to me, various new spectrums of flavors hit my tongue. Sweet malty notes, slight pepperish burn at first and 4th shot down smooth woody sweetness, the complexity is in it's shot for shot different aroma and taste to the drinker. I'm absolutely happy with this scotch.. I've had Johnny Walker, but this is on a whole different level.. higher than a blue label I'd say but for half the price, and I'm a blue label JW fan with the bottle in my cabinet as I type this, but I think I'll spend my bucks here. This 18yr liquor is where your dollars at. -Cody

14th July 2020

Buy it!!!

Absolute masterpiece for the price!!

7th July 2020


This was my first time trying the Glenfiddich, and it's now one of my favorites.

6th July 2020

At least try once. I bet, will compare in future.

Simply awesome. No words. Exuberant experience.

13th June 2020

Impressive! Happy to recommend

Notes of sherry, ginger, spice and some toffee. Very smooth with a fruity palate. Enjoyed over ice. Delicious and easy drinking.

8th June 2020


Pear taste and sweet

28th April 2020

Vatting is superior to ACE

This expression consists of Vatted whiskies rather than the much more commonplace Additional Cask Enhancement, which consists of finishing for a short period of time in a European cask.
Vatting means that the whisky has spent long periods in Exbourbon and Exsherry casks separately and then brought together and married in a large Vat.
Vatting creates deeper, richer, more intense flavours and greater complexity, which is what happens here with this 18 year old.
A very very nice expression indeed, but it would be improved by increasing the alcohol strength to say 46%ABV as the additional strength would greatly enhance the flavour.
I am sure most people would pay the additional premium for the improvement in flavour profile.
Still that notwithstanding, this is a very nice expression.

30th March 2020

Well done

Best I have ever tried yet. Price's fair enough too.

18th February 2020

I rate it a 92!

While I have read reviews both pro and con on the quality of the Glenfiddich 18 year old small batch offering, my personal reaction was to find this single-malt utterly delicious. Others’ comments cite lack of bite, while anothers’ comment on its floral/mild citrus character and milder smokiness. I suggest anyone doubting to invite a tasting of Speysides of similar age and price. The Glenfiddich 18 will hold its own and then some. I generally enjoy my scotch neat or with a quarter-spoon of filtered water. Cheers, David Louden (USN E9, retired)

9th February 2020


Wow what can I say !! this is just fantastic, my absolute favourite of favourites, beautiful aromas of vanilla, rich dried fruit, apple, cinnamon and baking spices and much the same in the taste with a long sweet/spicy finish. Another flawless ,quality malt from Glenfiddich.

15th January 2020

Spoiled, that’s your problem...

Under £66 for an 18 year old single malt from a reputable distiller!? Still people are bleating about it, ridiculous! This is a fine, fine single malt, 18 years old and at a great price but it’s never enough is it!? I appreciate different tastes but by no measure is this NOT a feckin’ superb whisky so put your puerile complaints to bed...

27th December 2019

Enjoyable but lacking ooomph in this expression

The last bottle I bought (about 18 months ago) had more oomph and less sweetness, was more complex and more "chewy". First time I've seen this square box. I like this dram but can't help feeling it's been softened for the mass market. Still worth buying, but I really hope they go back to the older style or offer it as an alternative.

20th December 2019

5 +

One of the best scotches I have ever enjoyed much to my mistake I offered it at a party and the whole contents enjoyed by several. That is why I have to restock and save it for myself.

23rd November 2019


I’d give this five stars if it was $25 cheaper, this is a scotch that’s easy to drink, but memorable at the same time due to the baked apple and cinnamon notes. You’d definitely be able to identify it in a blind taste test due to its distinguished nose and taste, finish is great as well, hangs around for a long time after drinking. Mine is actually 43%, not sure if the abv varies. This is a scotch you can bust out for any occasion that can be enjoyed by all. Pick one up if you see it, like I said before, my only complaint is I think it could be a little cheaper, but I do keep going back to it anyway despite that, so the pros definitely outweigh the cons on this one. Overall I’m giving it 4.5 stars!

22nd September 2019


This whisky creates a sublime atmosphere, a spiritual taste - well rounded and wafts upward beyond the beyond....

12th August 2019


Incredible value at gbp 58 from Heathrow duty free.

4th July 2019

Smooth, sweet, aged. A true masterpiece with real staying power. A complete pleasure on the nose and tongue. Flavours have staying power. Simply gorgeous

On the nose this single malt is sweet, and aged. Allow it to breathe for a moment or two to open up a true cacophony of sweet brilliance. Prepare for salivation!

On the nose you will receive the massaging effects that only an lovingly aged single malt can bring. Then some roasted fruits and nuts and sweet sweet creme brûlée. The flavour has some real staying power too.

A masterpiece. As simple and as great as that.

21st June 2019

Really nice

Love it.. but the woody taste can get overpowering after a few. Rich and smooth.

18th April 2019

Disappointed with this one...

Very disappointed with the 18, a very bitter after taste, not smooth as a comparable glenmorangie 18 or glenlivet ... taste more like a burnt toffee

8th March 2019

These 18 yo's are amazing. Can't really go wrong

Awesome, but if you think it's a little sharp you must try Glenlivit. With a lot of ice and just a splash of water it is by far the smoothest between Oban and Glenfiddich. And absolutely delicious! Oban packs a punch of floral up in your sinuses pete.

26th January 2019

Liked it better than the glenlivet 18

Very smooth but still delightfully complex. Would buy again.

15th January 2019

A good one for experienced enthusiasts

A great balanced drink with a delicate yet complex palete. Slightly sharper than some other fine malts. I would recommend it certainly as it's a fine experience.

26th December 2018


Tried it first time in Inverness.

30th October 2018

One for an experienced palette

This little beauty will put a smile on your face no doubt about it. It's a great dram for any whisky lover, but the real beauty of it is it's delicate complexity. Some of the many notes have to be searched for such as the light dusting of cacao just before the finish. But they are all there without dominating the others. Fair price you won't be dissapointed. Sip it, roll it over your gums and enjoy.

18th September 2018

Simply The Best

Everywhere I always see this as 40% yet the bottle I purchased says 43%. So I am kind of confused. That mystery aside I found it to be very astonishing and enjoyable. My very first bottle of 18 year old and well worth the $95 I shelled out for it at my local grocery store.

17th May 2018


Excellent. Probably the best whisky in Glenfiddich's core lineup. There is a reason why Glenfiddich is the top selling single malt.

25th March 2018


One of those once in a lifetime drinks, rich, powerful and individual.

29th January 2018

A very fine Malt

Not sure about all the baked apple zesty spicy grapefruit and ginger crap that people talk about. It smells nice and tastes even nicer. Very smooth and warming. If you think it burns, then stick to uncultured colonial drinks, this is one very fine malt whisky

21st January 2018

Marmalade-pleasure in a bottle!

No words can describe the wholeness of this whisky! Rich, deep, smooth - the best! Bourbon and oloroso sherry casks left their marks on every drop! Highly recommended!!!

2nd November 2017


It's fine , feels weak and not so smooth
I expected to much more.

5th October 2017


Fine balance with a lasting finish, one of my favourite noggins along with Glenmorangie 18 and The Glenlivet 18 of course.....when I can afford them.

23rd September 2017



7th September 2017

Buy it for me

Tick VG. Costly but worth it.

31st August 2017

A smooth and delectable single malt

Found this on sale locally for $62USD. Forget the fact it's worth every damn penny - I feel like I stole it. My journey with single malts began with McCallan 10 (triple cask fine oak), but as my palette developed I gravitated to the smokey Islays (and one particular Japanese whisky). While I maintain a few Speysides as mainstays in my cabinet (in addition to the cannon fodder Glen 12s, I've historically kept both the aforementioned McCallan and the sherry-casked 12 YO on hand), the Glenfiddich 18 has elevated my appreciation of Speysides to a whole new level. This whisky is dangerously delectable and has become my go-to for a nice evening dram with or without a cigar. There is nothing I can add to the well-documented notes on the nose and palette that hasn't already been said.

28th July 2017


Wow! Smooth Carmel and honey .. backround of the oak and left with a creamy Greek yogurt flavour .this rare 18 is a special single.

13th July 2017

Worth every penny

Heaven is like this. Wonderfully balanced with a nice dry finish begging you to take the next sip. Hard to put it down.

29th June 2017

Too bold and not worth the money

Glenfiddich 12 Yo was an intro to the whisky world for me. Very easy one to enjoy but complex enough to see the difference between regular blends and single malt. After a couple of years I was curious how the older brother might taste so I tried the 18 yo. Well for me it is just not worth the money. It seem s tome like a bit better version of the 12 yo. So bold with no finish. I think it is overpriced a big time. You can get Macallan, even the lowest one, and it will give you more joy. Ale for the same money you can get my favourite Glenmorangie Nectar d or and you will enjoy lot more than this. For me it is a big disappointment I have got to say.

17th May 2017

Really good

This one is really easy and very very good.
I only wish the finish would be longer...

27th April 2017

Rewards patient study

Initially, I was a little underwhelmed by this. I am a huge fan of Glenfiddich - though less so than The Glenmorangie, Glenlivet, Glendronach or Bunahabhain. Nonetheless, I expected an 18 yr old to have complexity, depth and character. The nose is a little flat, the dominant aroma being a slightly spicy toffee. It doesn't really fill the glass (or the senses) though. The palate is mostly vanilla, quite strong chocolate, a little citrus (more pomelo than grapefruit). It is smooooooth on the tongue and goes down with no burn or unpleasant pepperiness. very balanced, a bit like a Kavalan Podium but with a bit more oak (quite a compliment to Kavalan by the way).

Hold it in the mouth for a minute or so though, run it around your gums a few times, swallow, then open your mouth and.......aaaaahhh. The chocolate, vanilla, pepper, ginger. This is actually a pretty bloody good dram, made for late night drinking with a friend or better still, alone when nobody is distracting you. reminds me a bit of the Glenmorangie Signet at a fraction of the price and with a little more bite.

22nd March 2017


Saw a review but it didnt live up to the complements. Nice dram, but not nearly as complex as an 18 Year old drop should be in my opinion. Highend pricewise not so highend sherry-whisky-wise.

23rd February 2017

Very nicely done

One of my favorites. The cinnamon, red apples and toffee really come through nicely with a medium to long rich finish. Always have an extra bottle on the shelf for a back up.

24th January 2017



3rd January 2017


Quite remarkable for the price!

22nd December 2016

Nevada Camel

I just had this last night as part of my Scotch Whisky Advent Calendar. I was pleasantly surprised by this whisky. I agree wholeheartedly with the overall assessment of this dram. Buy some!

6th December 2016



22nd September 2016


It is good enough and worth about $60 for a bottle. Not as good as an Aberlour 18 or Macallan 18, but good enough for a lower price point. Not complex. Almost like a sherried blended whisky.

19th September 2016



10th August 2016

Young Connoisseur


28th July 2016

Top of the line

My favorite 18 yr old speyside. Rich nose of baked apples and cinnamon, and a wonderfully scrumptious palate with tons of dried fruits and toffee fudge. Beautifully balanced and dangerously easy to drink. In the words of Brian Kinsman; it's "incredibly distinguished".

25th July 2016

big john

The best whisky i have ever tasted and i have had balvenie 17 doublewood .

20th July 2016

slàinte mhath

It would take hours for me to find all the proper words of praise for this adult beverage.

27th May 2016

Noting to write home about.

Not very complex, light watery feel mouth, finish is short bit of spice.

9th May 2016


It's the most generic name in Scotch there is. I bought a bottle a few years ago, thought somewhere between "meh" and "yuck", and proclaimed I'd never get another one. I finally decided to give it another chance, assuming I'd regret it and get to write mean things, but disappointingly it's quite excellent. I don't know if it's year-to-year variation or if my palate has just changed (I remember a lot of bitterness, and can't find any bitterness at all this time), but this is one of my favorites in recent memory.

It's sweet, smooth, fruity (without being overly-so), fresh, a little spiced/oaky, and easy. The MoM taste notes have it right on the money. Definitely an excellent beginner Scotch, but has plenty for the Lagavulin-loving connoisseur as well. (no smoke, don't get me wrong there!). I feel almost guilty rating it a 9; I'd probably give it full marks if it weren't for the brand, but I'm sure Glenfiddich will do just fine regardless, so take that!

For the record, my bottle says 43% ABV. Batch 3308. Purchased in USA.

15th April 2016


I did not expect anything outsanding, knowing how standard and plain the Glenfiddich 12 tastes.

What a surprise. The nose is highly vegetal and fruity, I definitely agree on the baked apples.

Then the palate is so balanced, very fruity and gently. Again, notes of apples.

The finish is long and smooth, with still the apples.

Great. But definitely not worth 74 EUR. Not worth more than 50.

3rd April 2016

Good stuff

Novice to whisky, first bottle I purchased was Balvenie 12 and thought it's was decent. Today I purchased the Glenfiddich 18 and wow much better. I guess I'll keep exploring varieties and enjoying.

4th February 2016


Average. It is not bad but it should be fine taste single-malt. Instead it tastes as a little better version of an average commercial whiskey. Overpriced and overrated IMO.

15th January 2016

Burning sensation

Go for the 15 year old Solera, this one burns. Lots of flavours but it is not smooth.

8th January 2016

Thats what I'm talking about

Well it's Christmas so figured I'd treat myself to some of this incredible whisky.Totally different animal from the 12 year a deep sweet oak with notes of caramel apples and molasses , some cinnamon and perhaps a hint of chocolate. Incredibly smooth and mine is bottled at 43% so even more impressive. Best thing I've had from Glenfiddich for sure time makes a huge difference with this one. Cheers! The Sugarbear

25th December 2015


I started drinking whiskeys with Glenfiddich (12 yo and then 18yo)
this one is a nice solid whiskey, however I find most Glenfiddich too sweet.

Nice but not one of my favourites.

23rd December 2015

Nothing interesting here

It's ok but I can think 5 bottles that are better for this price and 5 more bottles that are better for half this price so...

Sweet wood spicy dry, that's it. It's drinkable and even enjoyable but for the price it's not something I will pick up again.

19th October 2015


Splendid stuff.

16th October 2015


Rather expensive but a lovely smooth taste, well worth a go.

14th October 2015

Annoyingly nice

I wouldn't usually buy Glenfiddich, as their ubiquitous green bottle to me is the most standard boring single malt you can name. Got a 20cl bottle of this one at duty free before a flight for clandestine swigging to save me paying Ryanair tons of dosh for tiny bottles of something nasty. Anyway, very good indeed. So good it made me re-evaluate my attitude to choosing whisky based on who made it. Turns out I also Like Johnnie Walker Black Label. I might just try Smokey Mountain corn whiskey...

18th September 2015


Beautifully light, floral aroma. A great big hit of vanilla in there. That "burns like a bad batch of Smokey Mountain corn whiskey" guy either got a knock off bottle or simply doesn't know what he's talking about. This one's as smooth as you like.

6th August 2015

67 years

Drinking Scotch is an acquired taste. Those that believe they'll buy a bottle and enjoy an evening of sipping whiskey, because it may be the thing to do to impress a friend, are in for a shock. Prior to consuming Glenfiddich, take a sip of iced water to cleanse the palette, then take a sip (a sip, not a gulp) and attempt to identify the flavors that explode in your mouth. I won't describe it, you must experience it for yourself. Enjoy....

4th July 2015

Can't go wrong

This is a great buy for the money. Always enjoy it! After each sip the flavor lingers with you. Definitely one of my favorites within this price range.

-comments by Ginutis

17th May 2015

burns like a bad batch of Smokey Mountain corn whiskey

I am appalled at anyone that would allow the word smooth in the same room as this crap. I paid $120 for a bottle of Glenfiddich 18 thinking that my friend and I could have an enjoyable evening of scotch sipping. Of all the scotch I've had in my life this stuff burns like fire. Anybody who describes this as smooth doesn't know what they are talking about. I am going to tell the store owner how crappy this Scotch is and ask that he stop offering it.

6th May 2015

Rather disappointed with this one for the price ($100) US

Its fine, just nothing great about it, I enjoyed the 15 year better.

28th April 2015

Smooth as can be

This is one of my all time favorites. The baked apple scent on the nose is beautiful. Well balanced, smooth, easy drinking. A good whisky to introduce a new Scotch drinker (as well as the Glenfiddich 15) as there is no harsh alcohol bite, and nothing overpowering about it. Just smooth and delicious.

1st January 2015

A classic

Definitely a must try. Not overpowering. Generally agreeable. Not too far flung in any direction. Kind of sweet.

11th December 2014

Very good

I've never been a fan of Glenfiddich, but this one took me by surprise. Very well balanced and full of subtle undertones. Complex enough to be interesting, but at the same time good all round so it doesn't get tired after a while. So far hands down best in advent calendar, and one of best I ever tried.

11th December 2014


The best Advent whisky so far. The aroma is intricate, with rum, raisin bread, vanilla and lemon. The first sip is slightly peppery and gingery, with some rosemary astringency, but moves to sherry, grapes and toffee. The finish recalls the vanilla of the nose with cinnamon, rice pudding and lemon. This rounded, smooth yet complex whisky makes a great gift for the novice or experienced drinker.

11th December 2014

Unobtrusive, Yet Subtly Engaging

Nose: Fudge, Spiced red apple, Hints of candied orange, some white grapes and subtle notes of oak.

Palate: Toasted Oak, red apple, some raisins and nutmeg.

Finish: A fairly long and drying finish, Notes of grape, gingerbread, citrus oil, and some distant smoke fading to a close.

11th December 2014


This is really quite a special whisky, the marriage of both sherry and bourbon has given a huge level of interest and complexity to the malt. Really fruity up front full of apple crumble and caramel notes with christmas spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon coming through. It finishes with an oaty, amaretto infused finish.

11th December 2014

Remarkable Whisky

Nice and Smooth, taste stay longer...

19th October 2014


fabulous whiskey. . 15 yr old still does it for me on price and flavour, each to there own.

8th October 2014

Bermuda Mac

Seriously this whisky has immediately kicked me off my high horse and told me not to poo poo Glefiddich whiskies just because they make a zillion bottles a year. (Lacks the authentic artisan touch you see. WTF do I know? ) Trouble is it's bloody magic! I now have to explore the rest of the range.....

24th September 2014


Good whisky but not as good as the 15 years old

15th September 2014

true fan

Have been drinking this for more than 2 years.. Bloody brilliant it is...
Just got thier select cask.. Would let you know how that is😉

Maddu IND

12th August 2014

Mr Langley Devadasan

Best whisky by far " Smooth" most superior

28th July 2014

Great discovery

I didn't know this drink but I had to google it after some sips from a bottle given to me by a friend. Very mild and friendly taste, yet gives all you want from fine whiskey. I wish I had googled it before gulping all cos I may not afford another bottle now. I have also checked for its retail outlet, but no way. Yet another great and high experience!
GodSon. Port harcourt, Nigeria

24th July 2014

Seems pretty good to me

Referring to 'ancient mistake': isn't the 'Ancient Reserve' the same thing as the current 18yo, - Glenfiddich just don't put 'Ancient Reserve' on the label anymore? Certainly all sites advertising the Ancient Reserve just illustrate a 'standard' 18yo bottle.

I was given a small bottle of 18yo last month, and thought it great, - though I'm more of an Islay fan. But, oddly, Ralfy mentioned in one of his reviews that he won't be reviewing the 18yo, - as it doesn't reach 80/100. Very odd. The 18yo seemed much better than the 15yo to me.

17th July 2014

Truly one of my favorites........

I won't get into all that pretentious horseshit about "notes" of this and "notes" of that and "pairs" well with a pair of whore's drawers!!!.....its a great phucking whisky if you can afford it....and I can!!!!!....and more than stimulates the creative senses and inflames the genitals and makes you want to rob banks and go for drives in the countryside with law enforcement and gunfire!!!!........seriously......its a great whisky and well worth the 80.00 bucks (Can)

Sign me......

Regards, Don Laird
Dogtown Bastard
Alberta, Canada

25th March 2014

One of my Favorite's

I probably have 50 bottles of Whiskey. This is one of my all time favorite and go to bottles. The warm spiced apples are just yummy.

7th March 2014

Lasts so long

A rather sweet, very fruity whisky, very delicate, mellow and soft. A finish with toffee is very pronounced. I initially wanted to save this one for a long time, so I poured a very small amount in the glass. The taste lasted in my mouth for the next 2 hours, and it was simply beautiful. Be wary of the glass you drink it with, as it does make a difference.

10th January 2014

Simply beautiful

Quite simply a taste of the "Gods" I smile every time I take a sip

9th January 2014

An excellent whisky

I refer to the "A truly awful whisky" reviewer. A ridiculous review that is of no use to anyone. Why is it an awful whisky

23rd December 2013

Prefer the 15yo

This, basically. This is a good whisky, but for me the 15yo has more depth and complexity.

21st December 2013


apples apples apples. Hint of sherry, Apples, sweet. great bottle.

2nd December 2013

Enjoyable... Smooth and and flavorful.

The smoothness of what you look for when you invest in an 18year old. Very affordable and underrated bottle.

16th November 2013

not one of the best , it is THE BEST.

absolutely wonderful 18 yr old single malt, I bought two bottles 3 yrs ago, just opened the second, its stunning. delicate, smooth mellow and that famous warmth as you swallow it down slowly, worth every penny and more.

20th October 2013


This is a gem. Beautifully balanced, aromatic. A classic Speysider.

11th October 2013

How can anyone say it is awful?!!

I see one bad review about the Whisky and I don't understand how anyone could say that about it. I understand if you don't like the place you bought it from, but this is one of the best Whiskies (for that price) that one can get. Been drinking this for years and it is fantastic. Never ordered from this site, so I can't comment on the service.

23rd September 2013


I love this whisky for its smoothness and caramel/apple/cinnamon flavours. the best way I can describe it is to imagine Angelina giving you a lingering French kiss while half way through eating and licking on a toffee apple. once I get started on a bottle of this its hard for me to put it down in errrr what id imagine would be a similar way to mrs Pitt :)

29th May 2013


Another great whisky from the underrated Glenfiddich distillery. One of the smoothest and bueatifully honey sweetened whiskies out there. However if your used to your whiskies bottled at 46% and NCF you may find it somewhat lacking in ommph.

13th May 2013

Wonderful whisky

This is a fantastic whisky. Not for everyday drinking, but for the cozy nights in front of the fire. Perfect.

The people that are complaining and downvoting the whisky becouse of a shipping error should stay with Jack D.

12th May 2013

Great Buy!

I took me almost a whole year to finish this 1 liter bottle of Glenfiddich and while I'm somewhat of a novice when it comes to Whisky in general, I know that I prefer Speyside whisky compared to those that originate from Islay, and I was very pleased with this bottle and the smoothness it contains. It's like a semi-sweet well rounded richness coats your tongue and the warmness of it all...

3rd April 2013

@ Ancient Mistake

Thank you for your review, we are very sorry about the mistake made in your order and would like to fix this for you. Please drop an email to the Customer Service team with your order number and we will make sure you get the correct bottle. Again we apologise for the inconvenience caused to you and hope to be able to rectify this quickly. 01892 888 376. – The Chaps from Master of Malt

30th January 2013

A truly awful whisky.

This has got to be one of the worst whiskys I have ever tasted. It is very harsh on the mouth.

31st December 2012


They sent me the WRONG whisky. They sent me the regular 18 year old not the Ancient Reserve. So my review is: Poor. This is the second time I have posted this. So they obviously don't like negative reviews. I think they sent me the wrong whisky on purpose.

28th December 2012

Ancient Mistake

I ordered and payed for a bottle of Glenfiddich 18 Year Old Ancient Reserve. But received a bottle of 18 Year Old Glenfiddich. SO, MY REVIEW: EXTREMELY POOR.

27th December 2012

Great whisky.

I have always been a fan of Glenfiddich, I have tried from the 12 to the 21 year old and a lot of the limited edition ones too. My favourite is the 1991 Don Ramsey bottle then this one, i think this is better than the 21 year old. I am not a fan of peaty or smokey whisky but this one has a tiny hint of smoke that works well with the other flavors. To top it off i got 6 bottles of this in Morrisons for 29.99 each ! Bargain !!!!!

6th September 2012

A step back from the 15 y.o. version

Sweet water with some wood. You can get more even for lower price.

9th August 2012

A good whisky

A good whisky, but not as good as the Glenfiddich 15 in my opinion.

22nd June 2012


This lad is as delicate as an old lady but has enough kick to convert a try. My favorite whisky to date. Jackie Jr

3rd March 2012

A brilliant result

Mellow, nutty and smooth, rich and delicate with no alcohol burn and a fantastic whisky overall. Glenfiddich are the biggest, and this whisky shows that they are also *one of* the best.

19th February 2012

A brilliant result

Mellow, nutty and smooth, rich and delicate with no alcohol burn and a fantastic whisky overall. Glenfiddich are the biggest, and this whisky shows that they are also *one of* the best.

19th February 2012

Masterpiece from the Valley of the Deer!

Don't let the fact that Glenfiddich are the biggest sellers of Single Malt whisky put you off. They sell more because they produce high class malts and this is a beauty! Many malts finished in sherry casks are overwhelmed by the rich sherry flavours ( sometimes purposely to disguise a poor malt). But in this case the oloroso adds to the already rich mix of orange, ginger and toffee. The end result is one of the very best 18 yo on the market at a truly bargain price.

15th December 2009

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