Set in the heart of the Highlands, Glenfiddich (meaning ‘Valley of the Deer’ in Gaelic) is a place of breathtaking beauty. The vibrant colours of an artist’s palate fill the surrounding hills and forests, while haunting castle ruins and a bubbling natural spring add to the romance.
Glenfiddich is little changed since 1886, when William Grant and his nine children rolled up their sleeves to build the Distillery with their bare hands. These same silent warehouses and steamy mash rooms produce the world’s favourite single malt Scotch whisky today.
The pioneer of the prestigious single malt Scotch whisky category, Glenfiddich 12 Year Old is today enjoyed by more people around the world than any other single malt whisky.
Glenfiddich Caoran Reserve 12 Years
Silver medal winner at the International Wine & Spirit Competition and International Spirits Challenge 2005.
A true blast from the past, Glenfiddich Caoran Reserve revives a forgotten taste: a bold, powerful single malt Scotch whisky that captures its native rugged landscape with every mouthful. First comes a smoky aroma, then spicy top notes that develop into a characterful blend of sweet fruit with distinctive peaty undertones and a smooth, lingering finish.
Its name, pronounced ku-ran, comes from the Gaelic for "peat ember" - this whisky's underlying theme. Its inspiration comes from the days when coal shortages meant greater amounts of local peat were used to dry the malted barley. This distinctive smokiness complements perfectly the fruit notes so characteristic of Glenfiddich.
Size: 70 CL