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It is a common knowledge that back in the 1960s most malt distillers regarded their whisky as being too complex for customers outside of Scotland. William Grant & Sons contradicted that opinion in 1963 with wide promotion of Glenfiddich single malt. It was just a matter of time that others followed but the 20th Century belonged to Glenfiddich (the brand had 35% share of the world export market for malt whisky and in the UK was outselling its nearest competitor by three to one)). Glenfiddich Straight Malt contains whisky aged for at least 8 years; it was bottled in the 1970s for the Italian importer Gancia & Co.
Nose: grassy, malty and waxy with very delicate fruity notes, hay barn, pears and apples, hints of pine resin and herbal tea.
Palate: malty and slightly phenolic, hay, apples, gooseberries, grapefruits, white pepper, charred oak and trace of ash.
Finish: medium long, oaky and herbal with pinch of salt and a whiff of peat smoke.