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Glenfiddich Age of Discovery is a rich 19 year old single malt matured in oak casks previously used to age fine Madeira wine. This has created an earthy, distinctive whisky with a full bodied yet fairly young character.
Nose: A deep earthy aroma of sweet ripe figs and orange marmalade with bright notes of fresh gooseberries and grapes.
Palate: Rich and spicy, cinnamon and crushed black pepper rest on a base of deep earthy notes, caramalised fruits, crystallised ginger, raisins and hints of dry oak.
Finish: Pleasingly dry with warmth that fades into a lingering sweet marmalade finish.
Overall: Smooth and satisfying, this is an interesting whisky that wears its Madeira cask maturation on its sleeve.
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31st December 2016
With a very smooth texture with depth i highly recommend this whiskey. I drank with a friend I have not seen in years and it opened another level of comfort and dimension in our conversation. Loved it.
22nd June 2016
Smooth and full body.Try to find one more
28th December 2015
Not a good malt, doesn't sit well on my palate. Just a bit unrefined and hard in my opinion. Black art 1990 is my preferred at the moment.
10th January 2015
I usually enjoy the Glenfiddich 15 year old as I find it hard to beat for the combination of value/quality. However, I also have to say that this 19 year old Madeira finish is perhaps my favorite Glenfiddich product I have tasted to date! Wonderfully smooth, full of character, with nice hints of spice! If it were a bit less expensive, say around the 18 year old's price + 10%, it would be my first choice for the evening sip. As it is it is still a nice indulgence for special occasions or special friends.KBCaveat: I am not a malt expert, nor do I claim to be. I am just a yank who enjoys single malts, and knows what I like. ;) Be that as it may, I do recommend you try this.
2nd June 2014
Nice catch! Technical errors affect us sometimes, too (those Colobus monkeys nibbling on the wires again). --The Chaps at Master of Malt
15th July 2013
did you not drink this whisky? Where are the palate notes?
9th July 2013
18th April 2013
definitely one of the smoothest whiskys i've tasted. great finish and not overly sweet
29th January 2013
the tast is not like others more complex smooth if you want somthing that not is like the others malts then this is a good one
26th January 2013