A cracking bottling from Glenfiddich. This expression was named in honour of the distillery’s sixth Malt Master, Brian Kinsman. The reason being, that he was the first malt master at Glenfiddich to practice double-maturation, that is to say, whisky matured in two different cask types. Fittingly then, this tribute whisky has been matured in oak barrels, and then spent a number of years “finishing” in Sherry casks. The result is a marvelously well-balanced dram, with the traditional oak cask providing rich, vanilla, oak and tropical fruit flavours, whilst the Sherry cask gives a fantastic depth of flavour, adding notes of dried fruit, brown sugar and sweet wine. At the heart of this dram lies Glenfiddich’s typical orchard fruit flavours. Another lovely dram from this Speyside distillery.