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A brand new edition of Glenfiddich 30, this was release in 2010 and comes in a stunning wooden box, as well as having a very stylish bottle. During its maturation (in Bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks) it was carefully watched over by the Glenfiddich Malt Master, and each bottle is now individually numbered.
Nose: Cocoa, espresso coffee, oak, malt, hints of very rich sherry. A perfect Glenfiddich, with predominance of sublime oak.
Palate: Very rich with a mix of dates, peels and nuts from the sherry barrel, and then a surge of vanilla sweetness and oak. Hints of blossom, mixed fruits.
Finish: Long and malty, toffee and honeyed sweetness.
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It was pricey and was informed by the shop owner it is discontinued. It was a marvelous drink. Kept away half bottle for memory sake. It comes in a nice wooden box. Looks very exclusive. Grab it is you an find it. I am looking for another one for stock.....
5th April 2016
Recently got my hands on this few days ago... One of the best I've drank so far.. worth buying! one for keeps, one for drinking!
19th March 2015
i love this 30 year, even both two bottles. with the 26 year now released, will they still be producing the 30 year?
22nd December 2014
Here we have a gastronomic, dare I say "scotchtronomic" delicacy which magnifies the best of the Glenfiddich profile and fulfils a promise of royalty without bow or curtsey but with a most memorable dram. (Murray C., Canada)
1st November 2012
This and the Master of Malt 50 year were the two main events at our annual 2012 tasting. Words can not describe this simply stunning 30-year. The adjectives used for the nose and palate are understated. You experience those and so much more. An absolutely joyful experience.
7th September 2012