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Glenfiddich Fire & Cane Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 700 ml
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- An exquisite golden Single malt scotch whisky with campfire smokiness and toffee sweetness
- Created by marrying peated whisky and malts matured in bourbon barrels, and then finishing in Latin rum casks
- Billowing soft peat notes, rich sweet toffee with zesty fresh fruit notes and spiciness on the nose. Followed by tastes of Highland peat campfire with oak notes and toffee
- A uniquely inventive and truly pioneering single malt whisky – The ideal whisky gift
- Part of the Glenfiddich Experimental Series of ground breaking single malt whiskys
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 37.34 x 12.19 x 11.68 cm; 700 Grams
- Date First Available : 7 June 2020
- Manufacturer : William Grant & Sons Ltd
- ASIN : B07JG4HDHC
- Item Model Number : 253701-1
- Customer Reviews:
Glenfiddich Fire and Cane is a bold fusion of smoky and sweet notes. By marrying peated whisky and malts matured in bourbon barrels and then finishing in Latin rum casks, we created an exquisite whisky with campfire smokiness and toffee sweetness. It is inspired by the early innovation of Glenfiddich Malt Master Brian Kinsman, who in 2003, first ran peated spirit through the Glenfiddich stills, birthing the concept of what would become the innovative Experimental Series. As the fourth expression of the Experimental Series, Fire and Cane fuses the brand's smoky whisky with malts that had been maturing side-by-side in bourbon casks, showcasing Glenfiddich's sweet and fruity signature style. Taking it a step further, all of the whiskies were finished in Latin rum casks to produce a surprising overlay of added caramel toffee sweetness.
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Glenfiddich Fire & Cane features a fusion of two bold flavours coming together to form the unexpected combination of smoky Glenfiddich whisky finished in sweet rum casks.
Fire & Cane is inspired by the early innovation of Glenfiddich Malt Master Brian Kinsman, who in 2003, first ran peated spirit through the Glenfiddich stills, birthing the concept of what would become the innovative Experimental Series.
As the fourth expression of the Experimental Series, Fire & Cane fuses the brand’s smoky whisky with malts that had been maturing side-by-side in bourbon casks, showcasing Glenfiddich’s sweet and fruity signature style.
Taking it a step further, all of the whiskies were finished in Latin rum casks to produce a surprising overlay of added caramel toffee sweetness.
Glenfiddich is a wise choice for those who value premium quality whisky, enjoy the two bold flavours combined in a dram of Fire & Cane Single Malt Whisky, or make this an excellent gift for a cherished one.
Discover why Glenfiddich is the most awarded Malt Scotch Whiskey in the world.*
*The Glenfiddich range has received more awards since 2000 than any other single malt Scotch whisky in two of the world's most prestigious competitions, the International Wine & Spirit Competition (JWSC) and the International Spirits Challenge (JSC).
The Experimental Series embodies the Glenfiddich family philosophy of freedom and possibilities, to create a range of range of ground-breaking single malts.
For 20 years William Grant nurtured a dream to make the 'best dram in the valley'. With the help of his family, he finally achieved that vision.
In the summer of 1886, with his seven sons and two daughters by his side, William set out to fulfil a lifelong ambition. Together they began building his Distillery by hand, stone by stone. After a single year of work it was ready and William named it Glenfiddich, Gaelic for Valley of the Deer.
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But, here’s my two cents worth anyway, and in fact, this is a whisky that just might suit everyone...
My view - it is absolutely beautiful.
It has a slight sweetness to it, with a hint of caramel and toffee, but also a bit smokiness as well and you can certainly taste a little peat. Notice the use of the words “slight”, “hint” and “little” here. This is a very subtle mix of flavours that work perfectly together.
I am a fan of your peaty Islay malts - the Laphroaigs and Lagavulins of this world. And whilst this whisky doesn’t hit you in the face like those do, there is still a sense of smokiness that tells me there’s an undercurrent of fire here.
My friend doesn’t do peaty malts at all, being a fan of the likes of Tamnavulin and Glenmorangie (and that’s fair enough, they’re lovely). The thing is, he also really likes this whisky. The peat is just enough for him, with the tasty lingering sweetness he loves still present.
The point is, we both really like this whisky, and we both have very different tastes. Fire and Cane says it all - it really is peat and sweet. But both are subtle, neither is overbearing, and they both work so well together.
Whatever your tastes, I recommend you try this whisky, it might just be the one for you too.
Overall, a tasty whisky with great depth and body which will suit those who enjoy a peaty dram... although they, Glenfiddich, do say some may taste this as a sweeter drink and not find it peaty... strange... but that's the experimental bit... have a go, see what you think.