The Perfect Collection by Mr. Richard Gooding Digital Catalogue - Page 45



GLENFIDDICH
CIRCA 1940s & 1950s
These expressions are some of the most spectacular,
old examples of Glenfiddich, dating from a period
when whisky was rarely bottled in this way, with the
market favouring and dominated by blended Scotch.
Efforts to market Glenfiddich as a single malt were
intensified in the 1950s and 1960s, but they had been
bottling it as such since the turn of the 20th century.
The Glenfiddich label has changed several times over
the years, with the style presented here used until the
introduction of the iconic triangular bottle in 1961.
GLENFIDDICH SPECIAL PURE MALT
CIRCA 1940s
70 PROOF | volume not stated
GLENFIDDICH SPECIAL PURE MALT
CIRCA 1950s
ABV not stated | volume not stated
GLENFIDDICH PURE MALT
CIRCA 1950s
70 PROOF | 26 2/3 FL OZ
GLENFIDDICH
1961 NADI FIORI 22 YEAR OLD
45% | 75cl
A very rare and interesting bottling of Glenfiddich
distilled in 1961 and bottled 22 years later for Italian
importer, Nadi Fiori. Like so many of these old
Italian import bottlings this is described to be in a
league of its own. An incredibly sought after example
of Glenfiddich, with just 350 produced.
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