Insider knowledge: Glenfarclas 10 Year Old whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Glenfarclas 10 Year Old whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Nose: Lots of sherry, juicy. Honey, touch of toffee, creamy. Malty, barley.
Palate: Winter spice. Fruitcake, toffee, hint of smoke.
Finish: Long, spicy, fruity, oak.
Barbecued bananas and toffee apples on the nose. Sweetness and oak in the mouth. Fruitcakey yet bitter finish A little rough round the edges but a really characterful whisky for a 10yr. Very good value!
17th June 2011
Disec, toplega okusa
3rd September 2012
Drank a miniature bottle. Surprisingly very good, smooth and full of flavour. Now I want to try and fund a full bottle.
22nd March 2013
good whisky yes a bit rough round the egdes but in a good way funny to me is that most donimint smell i get is cod liver oil smell of seven seas tablets maybe im crazy very fruity taste good value for money.
15th July 2013
Vanilla, guava, and ground coriander aromas. Palate adds oaky nutmeg, pear & orange, and a touch of salt. Not overtly sweet & fruity, but rather sophisticated.
4th August 2013
Light Sherried malt. Plums. Raisins. A little Coffee. Chocolate. Oak spice. Minimal struck matches. A very nice sherry monsterette of a nose. Not intensive. Pleasant. Easy to sniff for a long duration
Fruity coating taste. Surprisingly mouth coating considering ABV etc. sweet spicy sherried taste. Some easy warmth. All the flavours from the nose are present. Very easy drinking.
Short. Drying. Sherry oak spices. Some coffee mocha.
Just a drop in my dram to see. The nose is weakened. Not quite as sherried but a little more coffee seems apparent. Coffee flavoured toffos! if you can remember those? The palate looses some of the mouthfeel. The taste remains intact. The finish a little more coffee’d. Hmmm. With or without? I think personally I would go with dependant on my mood. I like the standalone mouthfeel. But I like the coffee in the finish which makes this malt for me a little more unique than your more regular sherried drams.
11th September 2013