Glenfiddich adds 30 Year Old to mix

05 February, 2010

Glenfiddich is rolling out a new release of its 30-year-old single malt Scotch.

It will sit alongside the Glenfiddich 50 Year Old and 40 Year Old, which were released earlier this month.

Glenfiddich 30 Year Old has been bottled at 43% abv and has an rrp of £225.

Each bottle will feature an individual bottle and batch number for the first time and will come in “a luxury wooden case with filigree detailing and brass detailing on the corners”. The labelling has also been redesigned.

The single malt is described by the distillery as having a “complex and seductively woody taste, emphasised by a floral sweetness, and an exceedingly long, honeyed and warm finish”.




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