Limited edition Glenfiddich bottles offered to support Haiti quake victims
Not everyone is blessed with pocket full of money and those who are, generally, splurge on materialistic things. But some really believe in charity, just like DFS and leading independent drinks group William Grant & Sons who have come together for helping the Haiti quake victims. The initiative has been named as Hand in Hand for Haiti. The Caribbean country was hit by a devastating earthquake on 12 January, 2010. Since then, the country is receiving financial support from across the globe.
For this noble initiative, exclusive members of DFS Platinum Services Club are being presented a chance to possess an ultra premium bottle of single malt by Glenfiddich. The rare drink is branded under 1973 Cask No. 9899 and is completely bottled to raise funds for Hand for Haiti. The bottles are limited in number and come with an authentication certificate.
The beautiful bottle is filled with single malt with the notes of fresh flower, berry fruits and oak. The upper notes of the brandy combines orange and cream whreas lower notes vanilla oakiness and fresh baked apple pie. The malt has been aged with the help of an old process in American oak hogshead cask.
As stated by DFS
This extraordinary bottling is the result of a close collaboration between DFS and the William Grant Company, owners of Glenfiddich, in support of Hand in Hand for Haiti. The work of Hand in Hand for Haiti struck a chord with William Grant, as it demonstrates how human drive and self-belief can help overcome even the harshest of natural disasters. This very special offering can make a significant contribution toward the funding of this important project.
Via: Moodie Report