Glenfiddich Experiment 03 Winter Storm 21 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Glenfiddich Experiment 03 Winter Storm 21 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$325.00 Bottle
  • ABV 43%

Collector's note: this is the third release in the Experimental Series (following Project XX and the IPA Cask). It's also reportedly the smallest production in the series to date with just short of 8,000 bottles globally. The US took the bulk, so expect the Australian market to receive much, much less. We have a small allocation of Batch 2.

For his latest experiment, Malt Master Brian Kinsman found his inspiration in the freezing vineyards of the renowned Peller Estate winery near Niagara, Canada. Kinsman put the project together after years of encouragement from Glenfiddich's Canadian Brand Ambassador, Beth Havers. His memories of the extreme conditions and the unique production process of the intensely sweet Icewine led him to experiment with several French oak Icewine casks. What he found fascinated him. He explains, "“Only the rarer whiskies, those aged for 21 years, could cope with the extra Icewine intensity. Having more tannins, extracted from years in oak, these malts brought out a uniquely fresh lychee note instead of being swamped by sweetness.”

Other reviews... Glenfiddich’s Experimental Series continues with this expression, finished for up to 6 months in ice wine casks sourced from Peller Estates winery in Ontario, Canada. Concentrated aromas of canned peaches in syrup, vanilla, and clotted cream. Silky on the palate, with a carryover of peaches from the nose and succulent blood oranges. The finish is medium in length, slowly drying, but fruity to the end.
91 points - whiskyadvocate.com, reviewed by: Gavin Smith (Spring 2018)