A closer look at the Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Distillery Edition

10 February 2014

By Ian Millar, Global Brand Ambassador

As they’re the same age, I often get asked what are the differences between our 15 Year Old Distillery Edition and our 15 Year Old Solera. It’s quite hard to explain on paper and I’d highly recommend simply tasting it for yourself. Still, this might be a good opportunity to tell you a bit more about this wonderful expression of Glenfiddich.

Two things set our Distillery Edition apart from the rest of the Glenfiddich range. Firstly, it’s stronger – 51%ABV in fact. Secondly, it’s non chill filtered. Both of these differences have a remarkable effect on the flavour of the whisky. Let’s take a closer look…

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A heritage of innovation: our Solera Vat

31 December 2013

You may have already enjoyed our Glenfiddich 15 Year Old, with its complex layers of warm spice, honey and fruit. But what makes it so distinctive? We asked our Malt Master, Brian Kinsman, to explain the care and attention that goes into this exceptional single malt.


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Meet Paul Kendall, our Glenfiddich archivist and company historian

4 December 2013

Can you tell us exactly what the archives are, and what they hold?
Glenfiddich’s archives provide a concrete timeline of the brand’s history; they are probably unique in the entire whisky industry for the wealth and material they have because there’s no other distillery or group of distilleries that has got such a continuous history as Glenfiddich.  


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Meet Graham Logie, our Distillery Team Leader

24 October 2013

Whisky has always been a part of my life. In fact, you might say it's in the blood. I followed my father into the whisky industry, starting off as a warehouseman before becoming an engineer and finally a manager.

Graham Logie

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The Worldwide Thirst for Single Malt

1 October 2013

by Mitch Bechard, Glenfiddich Ambassador

In the past century the growth of the single malt whisky category has been meteoric. Although whisky can trace its official origins back to 1494, the single malt is a newcomer to the commercial spirit market, the first real emergence in 1963 with Glenfiddich. So how is single malt whisky coping with the increased demand from around the globe? 

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