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I Tasted Glenfiddich

After our breakfast in Dobbies, Mary proceeded with her "expert" driving, going through the countryside narrow roads to our destination Glenifidirk. Along the way, we were exposed to the beautiful and serenity of the green pastures filled with chubby sheeps, hairy cows and horses...

 
love watching the cute and chubby sheeps....
reaching Glenfiddich where whisky is made...
then we joined the "Free Tour" briefing on how whisky is made..
Glenfiddich means ‘Valley of the Deer'
The Making Of Whisky took around half hour...
Very interesting and educational, esp for whisky lovers!  
and then we were led to a nice resting area
where we can have a taste on the finest whisky in the whole world...
We were given 3 types of whisky to drink...
12 years, 15 years and 18 years of whisky..
 
Cheers!!
 

Comments

  1. Scotland is noted for its beautiful scenery - most beautiful in the UK...other than in the south/south-west. It's colder though...so when I was there around October/November, I did not make a trip up north. Missed all of it! Enjoy yourself!!!

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  2. Ohh I heard of Glenfiddich whiskey before. So nice to be able to see the whole process and taste it straight from the source! :)

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  3. I bet you learned a lot! Do you like whiskey, could you tell the difference in the different types? Such pretty scenery!

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  4. so which one is the best? Got mabuk or not?

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  6. Wobbly walk upon leaving Glenfiddich? Lol
    +Ant+

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  7. i love the scene there so refreshing!
    i have tried a whisky once and i cursed it ee since haha

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  8. Glenfiddich whiskey is one of d most expensive on d shelf. I've tasted it n fell in love instantly. How much I wish I was there to taste the freshest whiskey ever... Nice photos.

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  9. Very interesting...Hope you had a good time. So which one is good, 12 or 15 or 18 Years :)

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  10. Yes very lovely and cold but if u r a whisky lover, then it will keep u warm throughout the trip!

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  11. Claire, I think you got dizzy from the whisky, and not my driving....hehe

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