The True Spirit Of Gift Giving
Robb Report Singapore|November 2020
The perfect kind of gift is the easiest… and tastiest. Glenfiddich has an idea that may be right up your alley.
Hannah Choo

Christmas is A time of joy, glad tidings – and anger. There’s nothing more frustrating than searching for the perfect gift for the person who already has everything. If that’s the case, you can never go wrong with a bottle of whisky. And if you’re looking for one that’s unique, delicious and thoughtful, look no further than Glenfiddich, one of the best single malt distilleries from Speyside.

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