Glenfiddich 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Glenfiddich 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$44,999.00 Bottle
  • ABV 46.1%

Deemed the pinnacle of whisky-making since William Grant founded the company back in 1887, as well as the culmination of the skill of Glenfiddich's Malt Master, Brian Kinsman, this exquisite spirit has been drawn from just two casks, both having spent the last 50 years maturing in the cool darkness of Warehouse No.8. Before bottling, Kinsman married the whiskies for six months in an American oak barrel to give the wondrous array of flavours and aromas a perfect harmony.

Presented in a classic, hand-stitched, black leather case with accompanying hand-woven silk lining, every bottle comes uniquely hand-blown and individually numbered in wax before Glenfiddich's sixth-generation silversmith, Thomas Fattorini, applies some finishing touches. You'll be left in no doubt as to the pedigree of this creation. One only on offer.

Other reviews... " F**k! This is brilliant!" 97 points - Jim Murrays Whisky bible 2017

...We’re drinking liquid history here. Antique gold color. Aromas of dried citrus, lemongrass, and ginger with background honeyed vanilla, dried herb, bouquet of roses, and a wisp of smoke. Very long and evolving on the palate, going from sweet to dry: vanilla custard, crème brulee, white chocolate, candied citrus, juicy oak, polished leather, dried tobacco, and then resinous oak, with teasing dry roasted nuts and hint of peat bog throughout. Long dry, resinous finish. Remarkably well-maintained for its age. I can tell that it’s an old whisky, but it shows good complexity. It’s not tired and excessively oaked. When compared to the 30 year old and 40 year old expressions, it’s actually more vibrant and youthful than the 40 sample I have. Yet it doesn’t have the deft balance and roundness which I consider a hallmark of the 30. Bottom line here: Anyone who can afford this whisky and actually drinks it will not be disappointed. It’s really nice. But for us regular folk, try to pick up a 30 year old Glenfiddich if you can find one and you won’t go wrong with the whisky — or the price (relatively speaking, that is).
92 points -, reviewed by: John Hansell (Winter 2009)

Notes from the producers... golden amber colour. A beautifully harmonious nose with an uplifting, vibrant and complex aroma. Delicate floral notes (rose petals and violets) are intriguingly intertwined with green tobacco leaf and oak and just a faint hint of smoke. Initially very sweet taste with a zesty orange marmalade and vanilla toffee, which then cascades through a wonderful series of layers: aromatic herbs, floral and soft fruits, silky oak tannin and hints of gentle smoke. Exceptionally long finish with a touch of dry oak and the merest trace of peat. 46.1% Alc./Vol.