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Probably Speyside's Finest 45 Year Old 1965 - Old and Rare Platinum

(70cl, 52.7%)

Probably Speyside's Finest 45 Year Old 1965 - Old and Rare Platinum

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Speyside's Finest Bottling Note

Matured in a Sherry Butt for a barely believable 45 years, this whisky from Glenfarclas is absolutely belting value for money. Only 212 bottles were yielded from the cask.

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Probably Speyside's Finest 45 Year Old 1965 - Old and Rare Platinum Reviews

Unbelievable

This. Is. Amazing. Wow. Supple, powerful, beautiful. Perfectly balanced. It is very reminiscent of the Glenfarclas 40, but even a little richer and more mature. You can nose it for hours, and is sweet on the palate. And to boot, you get a gorgeous rustic real wood box. I won't bother offering my tasting notes, I'll let Fred Laing's notes speak for me because they're spot on:

"Opens warming and richly spiced on the nose, running to toffee and a caramelized, spiced orange character before a soft leather quality appears. The palate is rich and mouth coating and the orange style returns - now and it's sweet & spicy liquor style - before running dryer. Walnuts and chewed leather run on the long and dry finish - think of extra rich dark chocolate."

3rd September 2014

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