Where to Drink It: Glenfiddich 14 Year Old
Scotland and Kentucky have more in common than you might think. In addition to thick accents and a high density of distilleries, both play a major role in Glenfiddich Bourbon Barrel Reserve 14-year-old. The Scottish single malt is aged in bourbon heritage barrels for 14 years. It’s then finished in new American oak barrels, which crossed the Atlantic from their original home at the Kelvin Cooperage in Kentucky.
Balancing the fruit-filled complexity of a Speyside Scotch and the caramel richness of Kentucky bourbon, Glenfiddich Bourbon Barrel Reserve 14-year-old distills two unique flavors—and cultures-—-into a single bottle. Luckily, you don’t have to go to either Kentucky or Scotland to drink it because there are bars in your own backyard pouring it.
Check out the bars pouring Glenfiddich Bourbon Barrel Reserve 14-year-old in NYC.