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Nose: Honey butter and those little toast bites you can buy at Ikea (like heavily toasted mini baguettes). Palate: Buttery, toasty, viscous, clove, slightly burnt toast bites. The palate gives an interesting sensation. The whisky forms a meniscus then bursts on the center of the tongue. Water opens the nose to some green apple, but kills the palate. Finish: Short finish with a slight burn. Glenfiddich makes my mouth water and my cheeks feel full (almost swollen). Comments: Of the Glens, Glenfiddich is the one that I would suggest to anyone interested in getting into Single Malts. It is not overly complex or overly simple and has a very accessible flavor profile. Like the Glenlivet, this stands out only compared to other gateway drams.