Glenfiddich Cask Collection Finest Solera Whisky

Oct 10, 2017

Category: Vices

It seems like every other week Glenfiddich is announcing yet another special variant/collaboration project to add to their collection. And honestly, we’re completely okay with that, to say the least. This most recent addition is the first bottling of their no-age-statement single malt collection – developed in-part with none other than the fine crystal manufacturer Baccarat.

As a travel retail-exclusive series, this Finest Solera scotch features a blended series of up to 20 whiskies aged in ex-bourbon and American oak casks by Glenfiddich’s malt master Brian Kinsman utilizing the Solera method. From here, the whisky is then bottled in a luxurious hand-blown Baccarat decanter boasting the hand engraved Glenfiddich wording and stag, the Baccarat red logo, a copper neck collar and stopper, and a red cartouche made from 24-carat gold powder. Certainly a plush selection for the home bar.

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