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For many you’re likely to enjoy your dram the way our founder, William Grant would’ve taken it. However, as Glenfiddich has travelled the world, it’s picked up lots of new and interesting ways to be served. Take a look at how Glenfiddich is being included in exciting new serves and becoming more popular with creative mixologists from around the globe.


Served Globally

Discover how Glenfiddich is Enjoyed worldwide

 

01 Christiano Protti

Christiano Protti

São Paulo, Brazil

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Downtown Glenfiddich Sour

Served in downtown São Paulo there comes one of the best whisky cocktails in the Americas. A development of the original whisky sour, see how they enjoy it in the bars and clubs of Brazil’s biggest city.

Ingredients

  • 50ml Glenfiddich 12 Year Old
  • The white of an egg
  • 20ml sugar syrup
  • 20ml lime juice
  • Angostura bitters

Method

  1. 1
    Add the Glenfiddich, egg white, sugar syrup and lime juice into a cocktail shaker
  2. 2
    Add the ice and shake generously
  3. 3
    Pour the mixture into a martini glass
  4. 4
    Spray Angostura bitters over the cocktail and serve.
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David Allardice

Texas, USA

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New York Sour

The New York Sour is an elegant and refined serve and the ideal drink for anyone looking to add some glamour and excitement to a party or while enjoying a night on the town.

INGREDIENTS

  • 60ml Glenfiddich 15 Year Old
  • 30ml fresh lemon juice
  • 30ml sugar syrup
  • 5ml Lillet Rouge (a blended aperitif of wine, liqueurs, fruits and herbs)
  • Lemon peel
  • Orange slice

Method

  1. 1
    Add the Glenfiddich, lemon juice and sugar syrup to a mixer and shake generously with ice
  2. 2
    Strain into a cocktail glass
  3. 3
    Float the Lillet Rouge with the back of a spoon into the glass
  4. 4
    Spritz with lemon peel
  5. 5
    Discard the lemon peel and garnish with a slice of orange.
02 Denis Pankratov

Denis Pankratov

Moscow, Russia

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speyside punch

Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky has such a harmonized and balanced taste, it didn’t use to feature in many cocktails. However, during the annual celebrations hosted by William Grant & Sons, there is this punch, which stirs quite a bit of interest with the guests.

Ingredients

  • 40ml Glenfiddich 12 Year Old
  • 15ml organic extract of white elderflowers
  • 50ml sparkling (non mineral) water
  • 30gr slices of green apple and fresh cucumber

Method

  1. 1
    Add the Glenfiddich, elderflower extract and sparkling water into a bowl or pitcher
  2. 2
    Garnish with the slices of apple and cucumber
  3. 3
    Enjoy it both straight or mixed in a cocktail, but don’t forget to do so responsibly.
Glenfiddich Sergio Quinatana De Antonio

Sergio Quintana De Antonio

Madrid, Spain

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Glenfiddich Godfather

The Godfather is an intriguing serve that’s best made by mixing our fresh and vibrant 12 Year Old expression with the fruity and complex amaretto, Disaronno. Topped with lemonade or sparkling water, this serve is popular in the Mediterranean as a refreshing drink to enjoy in the evening.

 

Ingredients

  • 25ml Glenfiddich 12 Year Old
  • 25ml Disaronno
  • 10ml fresh lemon juice
  • 100ml lemonade or sparkling water
  • 1 cherry
  • 3 - 4 ice cubes

Method

  1. 1
    Stir the Glenfiddich and Disaronno together
  2. 2
    Add a splash of lemon juice and lemonade or sparking water
  3. 3
    Stir gently for another few seconds and garnish with a cherry
  4. 4
    Serve with three or four fresh ice cubes in the glass.
03 Mitch Bechard

Mitch Bechard

California, USA

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The old fashioned

Created by bartender Martin Cuneo in honour of Colonel James E. Pepper at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky in 1881, it’s now evolved into two versions – the new and the old. The Pendennis Club obviously opts for the latter and it’s a totally different drink compared to the modern version my palate was used to.

Ingredients

  • 50ml Glenfiddich 15 Year Old
  • 1 brown sugar cube
  • 4 dashes of aromatic bitters
  • 4 - 6 ice cubes
  • Orange peel

Instructions

  1. 1
    Take a sugar cube and crush it in the glass
  2. 2
    Add the Glenfiddich and aromatic bitters into a mixing glass over ice and stir well
  3. 3
    Strain over large cube of ice into an old fashioned glass
  4. 4
    Zest the oils of two large pieces of orange peel into the glass
  5. 5
    Add a slice of the orange peel to the glass as a garnish.
04 Mark Thomson

Mark Thomson

London, United Kingdom

Boulevardier

Boulevardier

A relation to the classic Negroni cocktail, the Boulevardier is bold and beautiful in colour and flavour. Possessing an excellent balance of tastes: scotch and sweet vermouth shaded by fragrant bitter and levelled by the finest essential nuances of orange peel, it’s the perfect drink for long evenings and sunny afternoons with friends.

Ingredients

  • 30ml Glenfiddich 15 Year Old
  • 30ml Campari
  • 30ml sweet Italian Vermouth
  • 3 - 4 ice cubes
  • Orange peel

Method

  1. 1
    Add the Glenfiddich, Campari and Vermouth to a mixer and shake generously with ice
  2. 2
    Strain into glass with ice cubes
  3. 3
    Garnish with orange peel.