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Glenfiddich Experimental Series - Fire & Cane

(70cl, 43%)

Glenfiddich Experimental Series - Fire & Cane

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Glenfiddich Fire & Cane Bottling Note

Let the great experiment... Continue! Glenfiddich has added a new expression to its Experimental Series, unveiling Fire & Cane in mid-2018. Malt master Brian Kinsman has given some of the distillery's peated single malt a three-month finishing period in rum casks - but not just any old rum casks. He's selected rum casks from a variety of South American countries to finish this whisky, which ought to play nicely with the burly peat notes at its core.

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Billowing soft peat notes, like distant smoke on the wind. Rich sweet toffee with zesty fresh fruit notes and spiciness.

Palate: Like a Highland peat campfire, with oak notes and toffee. Sharp green fruit, sweet baked apple and soft smoke.

Finish: Lingering smokiness and sweetness.

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Glenfiddich Experimental Series - Fire & Cane Reviews

Harsh and flavourless.

Personally I found this shallow in flavour and very harsh. It’s a sad day when I have a whisky in my cuboard that I’m loath to drink. Think this ones going to sit around for a while.

17th March 2019

Very very Quaffable

My self and a colleague at work are whisky connoisseurs' and exchange samples he brought me this one this week and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience with me taking my time drinking it that my wife thought I didn't like it but it was brilliant

9th February 2019

Great for Making a High End Rusty Nail

Had it in a Rusty Nail as a substitute for my usual Johnny Walker Black. Great!

8th February 2019

Goddamn this is good.

A lovely drink, got a bottle of this for Christmas; the peat is nice without being a predominant flavour, and there's a lot of rich, sugary, spicy goodness in there. Really nice finish. I'd heartily recommend this, it's a great dram. It's nothing like any of Glenfiddich's traditional offerings, either.

8th January 2019

Outstanding. Will buy again.

A very diverse taste! This is not a classic speyside malt. I have NEVER tasted a Glenfiddich like this.

Nose: Toasted oak, candied fruits and raw sugar

Palate: Nice bright grassy peat up front balanced beautifully with green apples, honeysuckle and sweet vanilla oak

Finish: Smooth long campfire embers with pepper and sweet cinnamon spice

26th December 2018

Ok but nothing special

I'm not a glenfiddich fan but am collecting this series.. Good. On the palette but I wouldn't say very smokey or peaty..

Bit disappointed it doesn't come in a nice glenfiddich box.. Just the bottle as a collector I'd like it to have had its own box like the rest of the series so far

23rd December 2018

Will not buy it again

Mediocre if compared with Balvenie 14 Caribbean cask

30th November 2018

Pretty Good

This is an interesting whisky from Glenfiddich not like anything else I've had from them. Unusually smooth for a Glenfiddich with a fair amount of peat smoke , a hint of wood smoke, some caramel and toffee on the finish and a hint of burnt sugar which is from the rum cask I am guessing. It's good and not overly expensive but I don't think I would buy it again it's just not the character I look for from this distillery think I'll stick with the 15 and 18 year olds but a fun experiment nonetheless. The Sugarbear

18th November 2018

For $50, an incredible dram!

Like making love to Jennifer Lopez by a peat fire on Islay, with Capercaille and Dougie MacLean playing together in the gloaming...

19th October 2018

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