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Glenfiddich whisky reviews

Glenfiddich 12 yo (40%, OB 2010) – 76/100

Glenfiddich 18 yo ‘Ancient Reserve’ (43%, OB, late 1980’s, black decanter) – 84/100

Glenfiddich 1964 (56%, J. & J. Hunter 1992, cask #10802) – 87/100

Glenfiddich Private Vintage 34 yo 1973 (46,6%, OB for LMdW 2007, hogshead #28563, 209 btl.) – 89/100

Glenfiddich 33 yo 1975 (53,7%, OB 2009, cask #22000, 520 btl.) – 91/100

Glenfiddich 21 yo (40%, OB 2010, Caribbean rum finish) – 82/100

Glenfiddich 19 yo ‘Age of Discovery’ (40%, OB 2011, Madeira finish) – 85/100

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  • Tony: Those were my two stand outs on likely quality/rarity-to-price-ratio too Ruben - although I have some reservation given that there is still plenty of
  • WhiskyNotes: It's an aroma I picked up on the nose, not a flavour you should taste. I've seen other people mention rubbery notes, dust, wet cement... all in the sa
  • Henry V.: A clear bike tube/plastic taste? I don't get that, just got a bottle and can't taste the plastic nor bike tube, maybe I drank too much of it? Rest of

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