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Glenfarclas 21 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Glenfarclas 21 Year Old

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Glenfarclas 21 Bottling Note

A heavily sherried 21 year old from the Glenfarclas distillery. This offers loads of depth, a really thick dram and great value for money too.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Apple, orange, less sherry than the 15yo. Peppermint again?!

Palate: Incredibly smooth. Barley-rich, just a textbook smoothness and rounded character that leaves you gasping for another sip…

Finish: Long, barley-rich, awesomely smooth, very little oak influence.

Overall: Very, very pleasant. Could teach Roger Moore a thing or two about smoothness.

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Glenfarclas 21 Year Old Reviews

Defenition of balance

Very nice, smooth palate and aroma full finish. Defenatly would minde a second bottle

14th November 2021

top notch

one of the top 21 year whisky . very smooth 5 stars no matter how you drink Neat , on the rocks or with a drop of water .
Love it

14th November 2021


Nose: Pear drops, Lemon, Tad of Raspberry
Palate: Wow, super smooth, barley, pepper
Finish: Wood, slight pine

27th August 2021

smooth but lacks complexity

Very smooth and pleasant. A bit too light for my taste, I would expect more complexity at this age. It's very much in line with the other Glenfarclas whiskies I've tasted. It's pleasant but misses that little extra bite. At this price you can get a lot of whiskies that are more interesting.

4th March 2021

Simply beautiful

Simply beautiful. I discovered this one whilst visiting the highlands in 2017.
A nice mellow taste of sherry with a slight smokey undertone.

7th January 2021

Very nice, smooth and refined

I have long been an Island Malt man, in search of that perfect “stormy night on a sea weedy beach taste and aroma” so its a while since I tried a Glenfarclas. Although this is a Speyside it almost takes me there and its smooth and refined as well. I like this a lot !

11th December 2020

1.5 yr of aeration.

Green and ferny, nettles, very green, after a year and a half with air in the bottle. Very green.

25th August 2020

Tasty and smooth.

Very smooth. Spicy but not burning. Sherry comes through, not over powering.

20th December 2019


Could not wish for a better dram. Beyond my expectations 5 stars mark
One I had was cask strength 51.4%

13th December 2019

Not for the boys

Wau, this is one of the best 21 out there and the best for the price, but not for the boys. This in the gentleman's stuff. Elegant, silky smooth, nothing but true pleasure on nose and palate. Except for those who has ruined their senses with the harsh stuff.

Keep the bottles on store, I will pick them one by one. There is nothing disturbing in this, it is very rare for a whisky. Overall is almost perfect. I like glendronach 21 as well, but it has totally different approach than glenfarclas. Both are true masterpieces in whiskyworld. Best blended one for me is Nikka from the barrel. Again masterpiece of its own.

4th July 2019

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