That’s been the message coming from Glenfiddich at the moment about a certain ‘experimental’ release, finished in Canadian Ice Wine casks.
Glenfiddich 21 Winter Storm 43%
Nose: Sweet fruit, green apple, white grape, powdered sugar, toffee apple.
Taste: Sweet, green apple, soft, lacking power but pleasant, toffee apple, white grape, icing sugar, some ginger and dry oak.
Finish: Medium length. Intensifies, with oak and sour green apple.
Seems almost the same as the 21 to me... which is really disappointing. Ice Wine finished whisky is a cool idea, but it hasn’t seemed to have added anything here.
Thanks for reading!
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