- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Cask Collection
- Bourbon, European Oak & Red Wine Casks
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 1000 ml
- Bottle code
- L2X 7642 0612
- Bottled for
- Travel Retail
- Added on
- 14 Sep 2013 5:12 pm
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149 × member ratings
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Whisky Reviews for Glenfiddich Select Cask
24 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 78.43 points
Ethanol sweetness with a small "tang".
Gentle sweetness. Citric notes are present. And it stays gentle.
Smooth finish. And just before the next sip, I taste unripe melon. Good start of the evening.
At first very obscure. Something dark sweet and oak. Then sherry tones. It takes a long time for it to open for me. Becomes sweeter and fruity and slowly brighter. Grapes.
Little alcohol. Mild mouthfeel. Oak on the palate. Chocolate on the tongue with some fruits. Pleasantly sweet.
Medium. Juicy, will not dry so fast. Chocolate.
- Bourbon and European oak and red wine oak cask
married in Solera cask
Vanilla, honey, coconut, malted barley, sweet, spicy (pepper, cinnamon), candied oranges
Oily, creamy, spicy (pepper), fruity (red berries), oaky
Rather short, dry, oaky
- Well, a flat whisky, a bit thin, could be a very cheap slip-on, if it were that its price would be a little higher than that.
The advanced drinker will not find a lot of challenge here. Smell the best by far.
Fruity especially, citrus / lemon dominates. also sweet, vanilla. Get a bit of a bourbon idea, corn too? And candy-like.
Soft, sweet, honey, vanilla, caramel. Somewhat orange now too. Still flat and somewhat thin.
Sweet, not very long, very light peppers, slightly bitter too. Somewhat grumpy now, and honey sweet.
orange,ginger,honey,sherry,alcohol,pear,spices,butter,Blended Scotch graininess,cheap perfume
Short and soft
Way below the standard of the usual low price NAS Malts from Glenfiddich.This seemed clearly way too young for me.
- Well ... okay, but not anymore.
Sweet, mild, young, citrus, kräutrig, honey.
Mild, almost flat. Honey, some citrus. Metallic goodie.
In short, a bit bitter.