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Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera

(70cl, 40%)

Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera

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Glenfiddich 15 Solera Bottling Note

A 15 year old matured in American bourbon, Portuguese sherry and virgin oak. The whisky was then married in a Solera vat. This is a great staple 15 year old from the Glenfiddich distillery.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sherry, citrus - orange in particular, dry wood. Slight suggestion of smoke?

Palate: Medium, Sherry, raisins. Fruitcake, spices, sweetness.

Finish: Candied fruits, raisins, spices, Christmas pudding, oak takes over.

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Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera Reviews

Good dram, recommended for your collection.

I’ve had this bottle (opened) for a little over a year now. It is an enjoyable dram, I’m preferring the 2nd half of the bottle - more flavor, for whatever reason. On the nose, candied fruit and definitely cherry. The sherry influence shines through, a bit of a dry mouthfeel (different to that of the 12 yo), but pleasant taste with all spice quite evident. A lingering, slightly peppery finish.

22nd June 2021

typical middle of the road Glenfiddich

I've never understood why Glenfiddich sell so much whisky..I find it a bit meh.I tried this 15 yo Solera hoping to find something special.while you can taste the sherry influence,I just find it like the other Glenfiddichs but with a sherry influence.It wasn't unpleasant,just middle of road,spicy with nothing particularly bad and nothing particularly exceptional.Its a safe middle of the road whisky,perhaps thats why you can get it everywhere.It must be popular or they wouldn't shift it..I personally find it a bit boring.

19th June 2021

Great taste

Nice smooth taste, half the bottle was gone n no time. Wouldn’t drink it regularly at that price but a nice dram!

4th April 2021

A bit average

Perfectly pleasant but without being anything distinctive. I'd sooner go for the 12yr old over this.

2nd April 2021



30th March 2021


I thought this was ok .. but Balvennie Double Wood is better and therefore with the price in mind I probably wouldn't get this again. Not bad though .

2nd March 2021


What a crap for 15 years of age. Saw some good reviews and got 25% off the regular price, so I thought I'll give it a try. But I am really disappointed, it is quite bad and I would not recommend it.

17th February 2021


I bought it on sale with two glasses. Did not expect much from it but I have to say I was still a bit disappointed for a 15 year old malt. It is just not expressive overall. Like 2 to 3 times less expressive than a Glendronach or Tyrconell sherry if I had to quantify. Maybe some time in the botlle will make it open up a bit ? For now it tastes quite bland and unexpressive, even thought it's pretty smooth and easily drinkable. I'd recommend spending your money on something more authentic and flavorful.

3rd January 2021

Average speyside

The 12 has been a staple of mine for years. I was disappointed with the 15 year, doing some soul searching after this one.

20th December 2020

Solid member of the family into which most enter this wonderful world

Nose: Wooded lemons.

Palate: The wood attacks first, very dry before it opens to a peppered oaked sherry .

After: A seasoned oak pepper finish. Very good.

1st December 2020

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