lohssanami wrote:You might PM Ganga. I've heard him rave about the Glenfiddich 15 CS bought in Duty Free.
borgom wrote:DeerLass, I know this is a little off topic but do you know if the Glenfiddich 18 has always been bottled at 40%. I seem to recall it being bottled at 43% a couple of years back - is this correct? Or do you bottle at 40% for some markets and 43% for others?
DeerLass wrote:What is the difference between Glenfiddich 15-year-old Cask Strength and Glenfiddich Distillery Edition?
A: Glenfiddich Distillery Edition is the new name for Glenfiddich 15-year-old Cask Strength.
Although the name has changed, the whisky hasn't.
I work for the company that make Glenfiddich, this answer was on the glenfiddich blog although it was from 10 Apr 06, so look for the distillery edition
If your still having trouble finding it then let me know and I will see what I can do or use the blog (google Glenfiddich blog), Ian's a great guy and knows loads about our whisky
BruceCrichton wrote:The Glenfiddich distillery edition is from a single cask.
DeerLass wrote:BruceCrichton wrote:The Glenfiddich distillery edition is from a single cask.
Glenfiddich 15-year-old Cask Strength is aswell
you might be thinking of the Glenfiddich 15-year-old Solera Reserve which is like a big mixing pot of whisky and hence contains a mix of lots of aged whisky
was about to say old whisky.....
but then i thought .....is whisky the only thing that gets better the older it gets...know i don't, 2 nights rock climbing and I am sitting here in pain
I believe the 43% can still be purchased on Internet if really wanted