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Glenfiddich, the most acclaimed single malt whiskey in the world, showed the world its jewel Grande Couronne, the latest addition to the Grand Series. If we take a closer look at this irresistible liquid, Grande Couronne is a 26-year-old whiskey aged in American and European oak barrels at Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland. Before the crown of fame, the surface finish was extended for up to two years in carefully prepared French cognac barrels providing a real taste of eleganc.
As usual, liquid rarities should be kept to the best of our ability. The bottle and packaging are decorated with a filigree of ornamental gold, while inside the box are exquisite works of art reminiscent of large Renaissance paintings. The Glenfiddich Gran Reserva bottle and packaging have also undergone a stylish redesign that reflects the vividness and warmth of the fluid. What makes the launch of this whiskey even more unique is that it was launched digitally in the current Clubhouse application.
The room saw Paddle 8 founder Hikari Yokoyama, Soho House curator Kate Bryan, and Ambassadors Glenfiddich discuss everything from the approach to whiskey production, which, like art, is a technique mixed with certain art, to how art and whiskey involve the consumer. through more than just taste and sight. The large Glenfiddich series is a wonderfully disturbing series of individual malts that permeates wealth and is designed to enhance occasions and festive moments in a whole new way. Grande Couronne is the latest addition to the series, which includes Glenfiddich Grand Cru, which matures for 23 years in American and European oak barrels and is then processed in French oak cuvées and Glenfiddich Gran Reserva, patiently tuned for 21 years in bourbon barrels before the finals flourish in barrels of Caribbean rum.