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In 2002 William Grant & Sons introduced Glenfiddich Havana Reserve 21 years old finished in Cuban Rum Casks.
After 21 years of aging in ex-bourbon casks whisky was transferred to rum casks sourced from Cuba for additional 4 months. Despite pretty good reviews, Havana Reserve was banned from the US market due to trade embargo posted in 1960 on all Cuban products. Few years later William Grant changed the name of the whisky to Caribbean Rum Cask. It is hard to tell if for that reason rum barrels were sourced from different Caribbean island or word ‘Cuban’ was just replaced with ‘Caribbean’.
Nose: rich, bananas, oranges, apples, milk chocolate, toffee, vanilla, walnuts, cinnamon, candied ginger and steaming cappuccino.
Palate: chocolate coated nuts, oranges, caramel, baked plantains, sweet coffee, cinnamon, candied ginger and dash of pepper.
Finish: medium long, milk chocolate, coffee, orange peel and hints of cinnamon.