Welcome to you, trainer 2010!
As a matter of fact, I just polished off the remnants of a bottle of the 15 Year Old a couple of days ago. Thoroughly enjoyed it, as always. The 18 Year Old adds those lovely additional sweet honeyed tones, and also represents a fine whisky.
I think Glenfiddich tends to get unfairly maligned amongst many so called 'sophisticated' whisky circles owing to its ubiquitous presence in the marketplace. But there's complexity and a sense of integrity to the products that's worthy of attention.
That said, I tend to favour some of the Glenlivet bottlings of late, especially the 15 Year Old French Oak Reserve, the 18 Year Old and, of course, the sensational cask strength 16 Year Old NÃ durra!