Glenfiddich Malt Masters' Sherry Cask Scotch Whisky 700ml

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Description

A stunning whisky that was created to honour Brian Kinsman - the 6th Malt Master in Glenfiddich history. It's a celebration of the talented master and the skills he has honed over his tenure at the prestigious distillery, which stretches back to 2009. Glenfiddich Malt Masters' Sherry Cask is the first Glenfiddich malt to be matured in two different casks; 6 to 8 years in traditional casks than a further 4 to 6 in sherry casks. An exceptional drop that is perfectly in line with the vision of the Glenfiddich Special Malt releases.

Tasting Note: A palate of zingy sherbet, which slowly turns to spicy and tempting flavours of plum and cherry with hints of toasted almonds and wedding cake.

Additional Details

SKU:
10717-GB-UNIT
Age:
No Age Statement
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
43
Region:
Speyside
Style:
Single Malt
Varietal:
Scotch Whisky

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