Glenfiddich Offers Various Types of Scotch

What can we say about Glenfiddich single malt, the world’s most award-winning Scotch whisky? A lot! Glenfiddich offers a wide array of Scotch types, all aged for varied lengths of time and offering different  flavors…

Carefully matured in the finest American oak and European oak, sherry casks, 12-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch delivers hints of subtle oak and fresh pear. Glenfiddich’s 14-year-old Bourbon Barrel Reserve is a rich, vibrant single malt Scotch whiskey that marries woody spices with ripe, summer fruit for a creative Kentucky kick.

One of the top ten best-selling Scotches is a 15-year-old Glenfiddich with layers of mellow, spicy flavors. There’s an 18-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch known for its robust oaky, baked apple and cinnamon flavors and a 21-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch with a whisper of ginger, fig, lime, banana and spiced toffee that only Caribbean rum casks can provide and a 26-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch that is aptly named Excellent.

Project XX Glenfiddich Scotch offers a deep, mellow oak flavor with a touch of licorice. India Pale Ale Glenfiddich Scotch was finished in pale ale casks for the subtle tang of fresh hops. While Glenfiddich Winter Storm is aged for 21 years to provide a unique, French, Icewine cask finish and Glenfiddich Fire and Ice is smoky and sweet.

Grand Cru is a 23-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch that fuses flavors from Scotland and France. The Original Glenfiddich is created from a collection of whisky recipes from within the Glenfiddich family archives. The Distillery Edition has peppery notes and a velvety, warm finish. Not to be outdone, Malt Master Glenfiddich is of the toasted almond variety.

Now let’s talk about Glenfiddich Scotch collections! There is a Glenfiddich Exclusive Cask Collection, with each Scotch offering its own complexity. The Glenfiddich Vintage Reserve Collection is comprised of Scotches so rare that they are nearly sold out.

Speaking of rarities, there are less than 1,000 40-year-old Glenfiddich Scotch bottles released and hand-certified by craftsmen each year. The 50-year-old bottles are so rare that only 50 are released annually. Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve is 55 years old and auctioned for charity. Finally, there is an even more rare Glenfiddich Scotch variety that was nurtured from the year of King George VI’s coronation and is only auctioned to the highest bidder.