Glenfiddich 'Hand in Hand for Haiti' Bottle Donates to those in Need

By: Matt Ho - Published: Sep 8, 2011 • References: moodiereport & bornrich
On January 12th, 2010 a devastating earthquake hit Haiti; a year later the country is still trying to fully recover, and one of the ways that individuals can help by purchasing the Glenfiddich 'Hand in Hand for Haiti' Bottle.

DFS Platinum Services Club and William Grant have joined forces to release the limited edition Glenfiddich 'Hand in Hand for Haiti' Bottle to benefit the victims of the disaster. The drink is a single malt branded under 1973 Cask No. 9899. The flavor itself has the "upper notes of the brandy combines orange and cream whreas lower notes vanilla oakiness and fresh baked apple pie," according to Bornrich. These have also been aged in an American oak hogshead cask.

The Glenfiddich 'Hand in Hand for Haiti' Bottle is a limited edition item with each numbered and signed for authenticity. All sales will go to raise funds for the Hand for Haiti organization. Stats for Earthquake Relief Alcohol Trending: Older & Chilly
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