This new expression from Glenfiddich — entry #4 in its Experiment Collection (see also here, here, and here) — is one of the most fun the distillery has released to date. Review: Glenfiddich Fire & Cane. Glenfiddich Fire and Cane Review: OVERALL It has a complex and layered aroma, a palate that’s on par with it and a finish that is great until the soap notes on the tail end kick up. The fourth release in the Glenfiddich Experimental Series is a combination of the classic unpeated whisky with some of their rarely-seen lightly peated spirit (8 ppm phenols, hence ‘”Fire”). Frankly, I was hopeful about Glenfiddich Fire & Cane when I first heard about it since those were the days when I tried Balvenie 14 Peat Week Vintage 2003, which is an incredible peated whisky. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Glenfiddich did bring out a peaty whisky matured in ex-Bourbon casks (which they seldomly do) and finished it in Latin style Rum casks, which had a blend of the Caribbean and South American rums. On the whole, I enjoy the Glenfiddich Fire and Cane; I like the sweet and smoky combo and it hearkens back to the old Glenfiddich Vintage Reserve Peated release which I love. This was matured in ex-bourbon casks, married and finished in a variety of Latin dark rum barrels (hence “Cane”) for three months.. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Glenfiddich Fire & Cane Experimental Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl at January 13, 2019. If I’ve lost you, there’s no hope. Whisky Reviews for Glenfiddich Fire & Cane 46 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.18 points markjedi1 scored this whisky 85 points 06 Nov 2018 7:19 pm Photo Credit: Joshua Brasted. Review: Glenfiddich Fire & Cane Single Malt Whisky. If you’re still on board, Glenfiddich Fire & Cane is the latest entry to their Experimental Series. How’s this for attention grabbing – a peated Glenfiddich finished in rum casks. I repeat – peated Glenfiddich finished in rum casks.