Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera Reserve
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750ml Bottle $683.89
Case of 12
"Amber color. Dried sour cherry, oiled suede, honey and delicate spice aromas follow through on a supple entry to a dry medium body with prominent leather, nutskin, and cola nut notes. Finishes with a long, spice and chalk accented fade." Silver Medal.
Reviewed by: Beverage Testing Institute
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Most Recent Reviews
Terrifc Single Malt for Beginners...
May 21, 2014
Reviewed by: ZappaFan
I am a novice single malt scotch drinker, but my tastes run to the Glenfiddich brand of spirits. Usually, not quite as expensive as Glenlivet, and in my view, better. The Solera Reserve has a decent price for those on tight budgets, and it pays off with a very smooth dram or two. This particular scotch tastes wonderful, with pleasing notes of oak, straw and a little light fruit and is just so pleasant on the tongue. Not medicinal-tasting at all and no peat smokiness, which I do not care for A nice before or after dinner drink to sip…Read the full review »
Glenfiddich 15 Solera
March 04, 2014
Reviewed by: Hawkeye
Nose - Honey, brown sugar, apple, raspberry jam, red grapes, vanilla, clove, liquorice, allspice, with the fruity/sweet aspects being more prevalent. Rather malty. Taste - Starts with honey and vanilla, developing in to the darker fruits (not in a heavy way), still with the honey and some brown sugar as well, before finishing on a slightly bitter charred wood note with clove, honey and fruit. Soft texture, quite smooth, easy drinking and pleasant, could stand to be at least 43% (if not more) though.