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The first whisky of this age released by the Glenfiddich distillery, Excellence 26 Year Old is a very special release that was matured exclusively in American oak bourbon barrels for notes of vanilla and spice alongside classic Glenfiddich notes and a vein of oak running right through the middle.
Nose: Very fruit driven nose. Green fruits with touches of passion fruit backed up with very well judged vanilla. There are floral overtones – jasmine?
Palate: Soft and plush on the palate. Liquorice, vanilla, toffee with cooked spices –nutmeg and cinnamon. Soft old leather and charred pineapple.
Finish: Medium to long. Pleasing warmth with some spice from the tannins.
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Remortgaged my house and purchased two bottles,it is slightly sweet but beautifully balanced with a typical Glenfiddich smooth finish,very recommended
7th February 2017
With it's wonderful apple, almost calvdos-like, nose, it's truely a good one.http://whiskyworld.no/en/whiskyanmeldelse-speyside-glenfiddich-26-ar/
28th December 2016
While I'm not a huge fan of Glenfiddich (I find them too sweet) this is none the less a nice whiskey.The price however is quite prohibitive, there are a lot of whiskey, in my opinion, that are much better, at a fifth of the price of this one.
23rd December 2015
It's more expensive than the 30 yr 'cause they really needed money for the nice packaging. Pretty good idea to sell youngest for a double price and even do not wait for a 4 years extra.
4th November 2015
any idea why?
5th November 2014