Scotch whisky connoisseurs alert: Limited edition Glenfiddich

26 January, 2011

William Grant & Sons has made a limited edition 18-year-old Glenfiddich, 500 individually numbered bottles,  in aid of a charity.

The Glenfiddich Foundation Reserve is a single malt scotch whisky that has been drawn from a single cask, laid down in 1993. Bottled at a cask strength of 50.8% and non-chill filtered, it is being sold at £50 a bottle, which includes all the duties, taxes and delivery.

Thanks to William Grant and its UK subsidiary and distributor, First Drinks Brands, all of the net proceeds go to the Wine and Spirit Trades′ Benevolent Society for people who have worked in the UK off trade and fallen on hard times

There are a few bottles left. If you wish to buy a bottle, email: eleanorperry@thebenevolent.org.uk.





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