Whisky Review: Glenfarclas The Family Casks 1990 #1276

Style: Light and Delicate Nose: A light burnt match smoke tint reveals delicious baked dark cherry pie on the nose. Fresh green apple spices, aroma oily and rich. Incredibly refined tone to almost perfect smoothness, round and sweet. Red apples and roasted almonds, traces of slight overburnt gunpowder. Poached pears and syrup water mashing with…

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Whisky Review: Glenfarclas 9 Years Old “Whisky & Wisdom” Single Cask

Tasting Notes: Glenfarclas 9 Years Old Single Cask- Exclusively Bottled for “Whisky & Wisdom” ☆ Style: Young and Complex Nose: Distinct ginger shreds tapping at the front with a big bite of chocolate mud cake. A few minutes the dram blossoms with tasty raisins and dried apricots aroma. Tea fruit cake undertone buoyed up by a…

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First Impression: Glenfarclas 2015 Christmas Malt Whisky Edition

Glenfarclas has been one of the few distilleries that was able to keep up with the soaring demands during the early stages of this whisky boom; but even then, it has become somewhat of a rare sight to spot a recent bottling of a 24 year old single sherry cask, such as this one exclusively…

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Whisky Review: Glenfarclas Aged 15 Years

Tasting Notes: Glenfarclas Aged 15 Years ☆ Style: Juicy and Marshmallows Nose: Roasted pop corn dipped into creamed honey. A faint hint of tropical fruits, coconut and pepper spice. More gentle malty notes coming out at the back. Smooth and harmonious. Palate: At the first sip a quick rush of raisin sweetness combined with some fresh oaky…

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