TYPES OF GLENFIDDICH AVAILABLE:

The Glenfiddich 12-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 15-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 18-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 21-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 30-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 40-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich 50-Year-Old
The Glenfiddich Vintage Reserve 1973
The Glenfiddich Vintage Reserve 1977

HOW YOU SHOULD DRINK IT:

  • Straight
  • On the rocks
  • With a bit of water
  • With club soda
  • With ginger ale
  • In cocktails (Rob Roy, Whisky Smash, Blood and Sand, Rusty Nail)

FAST FACTS:

  • Ever wonder why there’s a deer on the whisky’s label? The word Glenfiddich is Gaelic for “valley of the deer.”
  • If you’re visiting Glenfiddich also stop by its sister brand Balvenie. The two distilleries are right next to each other.
  • Catch-up on the brand’s news by reading Glenfiddich’s ambassadors Ian Millar’s and Ludovic Ducrocq’s blog http://blog.glenfiddich.com.

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