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Glenfarclas 105

(70cl, 60.0%)
Glenfarclas 105

Awards for Glenfarclas 105

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Liquid Gold Award - 2014

Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding

Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2014

International Wine & Spirit Competition

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Glenfarclas 105 Bottling Note

Glenfarclas 105 is a superb cask strength whisky, really bold and punchy. In 2004, the Malt Maniacs rated this the best “Bang for your buck” whisky.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Great depth, sherry. Creamy and nutty. Honey on toast, touch of smoky coffee.

Palate: Silken, spicy and peppery oak. Almond, praline, hazelnut, dried peels, fruity. Touch of Armagnac, hint of rancio perhaps?

Finish: Long, peppery and nutty.

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    User Reviews of the Glenfarclas 105

    for the money this is excellent

    We sampled this right after the Glenfarclass 40 year
    Pretty good whiskey
    well worth the money - going to buy a bottle

    30th April 2015

    A Cream Dream?

    Must admit this is my first taste - my son was kind to an old man on his birthday. The tasting notes here are spot on! But that beautiful creamy taste should be emphasised! Normally go for Aberlour A'Bunadh - but this seems more 'pleasant' to drink - am converted! Well worth a try.

    24th April 2015

    Great traveller

    Glenfarclas goes with us to the French Alps and is well enjoyed (holds its own against the best of French Cognacs)and amid the snow and mountains says Christmas with every dram.

    15th April 2015

    Wonderful stuff

    A sherry bomb that has massive flavour and real appeal to fans of this style of whisky. I believe it has greater complexity than Aberlour A'Bundh and more consistent quality. It's a very fine dram but needs water to tame the alcohol nip. I can highly recommended it at a great MOM price. I would love to try the 20 year old version one day!

    30th March 2015

    Very Good

    The 12 YO Glenfarclas is one of my top favorites,even #1 most of the time. This cask strength version for me needs more water to calm the burn down. I drink the 12 yo with just a few drops of water per dram. This I have to add about 25% water to make it enjoyable. It is a very good whiskey,though I enjoy the 12 yo a lot better. I'm still trying to find the 15 yo. I'll give this a 4 star rating because I love Glenfarclas and the price of this bottle was only a few dollars more than the 12. Cheers!

    14th March 2015

    Beast

    Beast of a malt. A regal, graceful beast like a tiger in the wild, but a beast nonetheless.

    Nose is sherry all through. A bit dry. Chocolates and rich dundee cake with spices and dark fruits I used to have at Christmas as a child.

    Palate continues on similar notes. Sherry, giving way to chocolates, spicy cake and woody oak.

    Finish is looong, dry, with pepperbombs and a trace of bitterness.

    What I find unbelievable is the combination of strength, balance and smoothness of flavors in a 120 proof whisky. Zero alcohol burn. It's quite incredible really.

    Got to try more in this style.

    10th March 2015

    wow, a really nice whisky, even at 60%

    superb with a touch of water and some time (10-15 mins) to open up.

    28th December 2014

    Great stuff

    Every whisky enthusiast should have this in their cabinet! Must have at this price
    point.
    PS add some water!

    22nd December 2014

    glengoyne version of sherry cs vs

    bang or buck dont know, must say glengoyne cs is very similar, is it really better? have to see these too hand in hand allmost..i remember goyne was with more depth somehow.. but yea my memory is an elephant.

    10th November 2014

    Cracker of a Whisky

    Amazing stuff the glenfarclas 105. I make sure to always have this whisky with me. Great flavors, sherry bomb on the nose, nutty, creamy, even tarragon.. the nose has great depth and many layers. Dried fruits, resins.. one could go on and on. Rich and full bodied in the mouth, very very silken mouth feel and extremely full. On the palate you get all the flavors the nose promises, the development is just awesome. Extremely long finish, again nutty, pepper, slight peat and seaweed as well. This whisky is totally worth the money at 60% ABV it sure is a bang for your buck. Enjoy, buy one bottle and you will want to buy more, I purchased 2 more after the first.

    10th November 2014

    best whiskey ever

    I was fortunate to sample this beauty on a ferry to France, I thought I was a bit of a whiskey buff having tasted many a single malt, having walked the Spey side walk many years I went into many a whiskey distillery including Glenfarclas, but missed this, superb single malt well I've died and gone to heaven mb

    3rd November 2014

    flavor country

    This is one of the few drams that I actually really like with the addition of water. It just makes the flavors come to fruition. Nose-sherry, nutmeg, cinnamon, almonds.
    Palate-big sherry dominance, nutella, peat with a hint of smoke.
    Finish-long, dry and nutty with still lots of sherry to be had.
    This is a nice warmer upper. Enjoy

    24th October 2014

    Great price/quality/quantity

    If you water it down to 46% yourself you get almost 1,5 liters for the price of one:)
    Its like the 12yo but on steroids, great stuff

    5th October 2014

    Good lord...

    What can I say about cask strength whisky's? Most of the time they're strong and unrefined, and this Glenfarclas is no exception. The nose warms you up, your nostrils go limp instantly. If you can still smell anything yet, you may track some vanilla and toffy on the way. The palata is truly insane. A burning inferno, peppery explosions. It warms the inside of your mouth until it goes numb, being the alcohol doing its work. I still was able to sense a bit of woodfire in it. The finish is torturously long with hints of dried fruit and more pepper, making it a sultry experience. An absolute animal amongst the whisky's, and you've got to appreciate that (although it offends you all the way through, so be prepared for that. A few drops of water will simmer it down a bit). (RB)

    1st October 2014

    Simply great whisky

    If you like your sherried whiskies, this one is a must have. And I mean, must -always- have! Get a few bottles in your drawer rather sooner than later!

    30th September 2014

    Two words:

    Big flavours.

    28th September 2014

    Wow.... I mean....... WOW!

    This is one great blaster of a dram! What a belter! And still, it's subtle and refined too! Wow indeed. Glenfarclas is up there with the best of them and this 105 cask strenght does not dissappoint. Must have at this price point.
    It's in my daily dram top 5 and leaves much more expensive whiskies (far) behind.
    Now go and get some!

    7th August 2014

    colonel Robbie Caris-jones

    Didn't Get my wife pissed....albeit she enjoyed the taste.

    20th July 2014

    Sherry.. Sherry & more Sherry...

    Nose: The beginning is like your nose was run over by a Sherry Train.. wow so much of it!! Along with it comes notes of dark chocolate.. bold spices...pears...possibly some wood and vanilla in there too..

    Palate: The palate's like a continuation of the sherry dominance.. although not as dry as you'd expect it to be.. there's the characteristic sweetness .. with a lot of black pepper and cinnamon spices.. there was also some nutty notes in the mix

    Finish: This was a Sherry story so every aspect of this expression had profound influence from the cask.. the finish too was drying .. fairly long.. and spicy too.. some where in there were also hints of mild smoke in the background

    To be honest.. its a decent dram but.. definitely didn't get me going wow about it. However given all the awards that this has won.. I'm very tempted to have to give it another shot.. and this time with some watering down to probably get some of that magic that I missed this time around..

    21st June 2014

    Good, but...

    It's a fine single malt on it's own at cask strength. But, when most cask strength whisky's are (a lot) better than it's watered down sibling, this one falls short. I compared this one with a 12 year old Glenfarclas. To my surprise it tasted harsh. Even with a lot of water added. Also, the finish wasn't as smooth as the 12 year old and I tasted a light fungus like aroma. Not nice at all. Maybe a bad sample/cask?
    Not bad, but I would have the 12 year old over it any time!

    30th May 2014

    My favourite mainland dram

    This is an absolutely fantastic cask strentgh dram. Personally i think that it definitely needs a drop or two of water to get the best out of it.

    The sherried, nutty, dark chocolate works perfectly with the cask strength. It's like Christmas cake on steroids. I've just bought my third bottle of this, and i'm sure i'll be buying many more. Especially seeing that i am in the rather lucky position of being military based in Germany and paying 24 euros a litre for it. This is probably in my top five of all malts. I'm normally a sucker for peat and smoke, but this... this is an absolute beauty.

    2nd December 2013

    One of the very best value-for-money whiskies out there

    I'm Scottish, but live overseas and I've started running single malt tasting sessions here, usually for a multinational group of about 10 - 12 beginners. We try a few different whiskies (a mixed bag of 6 or 7 or so) and judge them on what we personally think of them (rather than what anyone else here, on MoM may have said). This one is always a guaranteed favourite and, in fact, I've had people who, once they've taken this one, say they don't want to try anything else! This is outstanding value for money and, based on my experience, one that you absolutely must have in your collection.

    16th September 2013

    A Sherry Monster. Wonderful.

    Very Rich. Very Fruity. Big on Sherry. Hold it in the front of your mouth and roll around and the flavours will develop wonderfully. So much more depth than supermarket single malts. Wonderful neat or knocked down a bit with a drop of water. A must try for anybody who likes lighter Speysides like Balvenie Signature. I thought that was a good whisky, until trying this alongside Aberlour A'bunadh, you will struggle to go back to 40% once sampling cask strength. Aberlour A'bunadh is probably slightly better, a little more silky.

    9th September 2013

    Glenfarclas Fan

    I am a fan of Glenfarclas distillery, but i've got to say that 105 is best they've got. Strong, deep, rich with flavours, but it is also stunningly smooth whisky for this alcohol caliber. A experience recommended.

    19th April 2013

    A Disappointment

    The sherry influence is strong but the taste is in total too boozy and off-balance. Adding water mellows it out but it still never quite reach the level I expected of it. Repeated tasting hasn't changed my opinion from the initial reaction.

    9th April 2013

    Thumping good Whisky

    Our club sampled this one last night and it was a unanimous 5 star rating. This is a powerful delocious quality whisky and outstanding value to boot.

    24th January 2013

    'The good stuff'

    This is one of my favourite whiskies. I bought a bottle to take to my friends' wedding in the States. The groom and his friends were astounded by the quality of this. I like to drink it neat. Interesting that someone else had a cork break. I've bought 3 bottles and the cork broke on one. I'd still recommend this, though.

    8th October 2012

    'The good stuff'

    This is one of my favourite whiskies. I bought a bottle to take to my friends' wedding in the States. The groom and his friends were astounded by the quality of this. I like to drink it neat.

    Interesting that someone else had a cork break. I've bought 3 bottles and the cork broke on one. I'd still recommend this, though.

    8th October 2012

    Exquisite finish

    Very strong, even with water, but the finish is long and completely worth the "bite." I am somewhat of a newbie and have stayed with the more tame light and delicate scotches but the finish of this dram is great! The sample was a very nice choice. I wont be buying a bottle, but I'm glad to have had the experience. Also letting the glass sit, covered, for 30 minutes before enjoying made a difference.

    30th June 2012

    Cask strength sherry beast

    Heavily sherried cask strength beast so many layers to this whisky it's just a delight to drink I strongly recommend this

    18th June 2012

    Great strong whisky..........just shame about the cork

    A great whisky. I've tried the 15 and the 21 but 105 is a brilliant addition. A very strong dram and the taste really opens up with water (actually found I had to put a little more in than I normally would due to the alcohol %).
    My only disappointment is the cork. This is the 2nd bottle I've had and both corks snapped. I am very careful when opening and haven't had it happen on any other whiskies. Googled it and seems to be a very common problem with the 105. A real shame!

    31st January 2012

    I might have got the water right ..

    .. and the oak, wine, and honey dance into the distance with a hint of salt besides. I still don't favour the initial nose, or even the taste greatly , but the after taste is just fantastic.

    5th June 2011

    Glenfarclas 105 Tasting Note

    MoM got it about right on the tasting notes, but you have to treat this dram with huge respect. It is way beyond Aberlour A'bunadh and Lahproig Cask Strengh in its nature. This is a raw out of the cask belter with a marvellous taste range. If you get the water right, which I have not so far, it might be special. My best attempt at taming the beast has been a wee straight nip.

    29th May 2011

    This is stunning stuff

    Deeper than the Pacific, tastier than your wildest dreams. An orchard in a bottle, a heroic malt to be treated with respect. Love it.

    2nd February 2011

    Woah.

    My favourite Glenfarclas, up there with the 15 and 25! So mcuh zing.

    7th October 2009

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