Picked up this Glenfiddich today on the way home from Belgium at Brussels airport for an excellent price by Irish standards. The garish orange box aside, this is the same Caribbean rum finished 21 year old I first tasted at Megan's parents at some Christmas's ago and it hits its target much better than the Bushmills 21 did, being a far more consistent and stable whiskey. Is it worth the money? Probably not when compared to the recent run of excellent 15 and 18 year old Glenfiddich's which do one thing well and affordably at that, but it's still a great whiskey, and I had very little time to choose at the airport so I'm fairly pleased, especially as Mallow hardly provides much choice. Anyway holiday time is over, back to work tomorrow so bedtime!