You're results are a bit surprising. What year was the 18yo? There have been some "disappointing" years of the Mac18, especially some recent ones. But, even those less-than-stellar Mac18s have been very good when ranked against the full spectrum of single malts, including the Mac12. In fact, the Mac18 is one of my Top Ten malts. IMHO, it is richer, more complex and ultimately more satisfying the any Mac12 I have ever had. What was it about the Mac12 that made it superlative to you and the Mac18 less so?
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If you enjoy it, try to get ahold of some Glenfiddich Liqueur -- it is AFAIK only available at the distillery.
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If you enjoy it, try to get ahold of some Glenfiddich Liqueur -- it is AFAIK only available at the distillery.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
At least here in Europe, Glenfiddich Liquer can be bought from some big whisky shops (like via Internet from www.whiskystore.de, hopefully posting this address isn't faux pas in this forum).
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It seems to me a distilleries attempt to get into a market they obviously know little about. IMHO.
Stick with Glayva or Drambuie, they do it much much better.
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