GLENFIDDICH 40 Year Old Rare Collection Whisky

70cl, 46.6%

RM 25,480

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The world renowned Glenfiddich 40 year old is made from a remnant vatting process, where selected individual casks are married together with a previous 40 year old vatting. Each bottle is individually numbered and wrapped in hand-stitched calf leather, and accompanied by a leather bound book telling its 40 year old story, with certification hand-signed by Glenfiddich’s longest-serving craftsmen. Only 600 bottles are released to the world each year.

An exceptional, silky smooth and luxurious taste with intense dried fruit flavours of christmas cake, dates, raisins and stewed apples. Plenty of dark chocolate and a long and satisfying finish.

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GLENFIDDICH 40 Year Old Rare Collection Whisky

GLENFIDDICH 40 Year Old Rare Collection Whisky is not only precious but also pioneering. Our Malt Master carefully hand selects individual casks before marrying them together with what was left over from the previous 40 Year Old vatting.

This continuous process is known as “remnant vatting” and contains whiskies that are at the very least, 40 years old. We are the only single malt Scotch whisky in the industry to use remnant vatting.

As a result, its uniquely rich and deep flavour was voted the “Best of the Best” single malt by Whisky Magazine in 2003, collected the Trophy at both the ISC and the IWSC in 2008 (the first time any whisky has won both in the same year) and Best Single Malt at the ISC in 2010.

For such a unique, fine Single Malt we ensure that the presentation is also second to none. The elegant bottle is offered in a handsome presentation case of the finest, hand-stitched calf-leather with embossed print work and an intricately designed lock and key.

Great for those seeking an exceptional, silky smooth and luxurious taste with intense dried fruit flavours of christmas cake, dates, raisins and stewed apples.

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