Glenfiddich Malt Master's Edition. I've never really warmed to Glenfiddich. I find the pear-like profile - the company uses the term in its ads, accurately - or what can come across as an appley note, off-putting. However, the Malt Master's Edition is outstanding. Everything combines - distillery character with peat notes forward, American oak, sherry wood - to a rich satisfying whole. Silky soft on the palate too. Best Glenfiddich I ever had. I tasted recently as well the current 15 year old, which is very good, but this other (12 years old, whisky successively aged in reused bourbon and sherry oak) is better IMO.