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Glenfiddich's latest scotch gets a Kentucky kick

The famed distillery tips its hat to American Whiskey.
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Glenfiddich is bringing an exclusive bottle to the states with a celebration of American Whiskey in the new Glenfiddich 14 Year Old. Part of the permanent collection, the whiskey is matured for 14 years in ex-bourbon American Oak casks. 

Glenfiddich's own Malt Master Brian Kinsman describes the tasting profile as "Deep vibrant vanilla oak notes with hints of citrus, caramelized brown sugar and cinnamon. Baked apple and ripe summer fruits are balanced with the rich oaky aromas" on the nose and and a taste of "Beautifully rich and sweet with layers of creamy toffee, woody spices, candied orange peel and fresh toasted oak." Look for the Glenfiddich 14 Year Old at select luxury whiskey retailers this fall. 


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