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Glenfarclas 21 Year Old

(70cl, 43.0%)
Glenfarclas 21 Year Old

Awards for Glenfarclas 21

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding

Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2014

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Glenfarclas 21 Details


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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.
Glenfarclas 21 (3cl Sample)
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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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    User Reviews of the Glenfarclas 21 Year Old


    Yes, it's smooth. But it's not very rewarding. No conplexity, no caracter. I like the 15 yo better.

    28th February 2015

    Love it

    I love this whisky. I love the aromas, the flavours, and the mouthfeel. Sweet and rich and creamy. Hard to savour, because I want more.

    28th February 2015

    Nice Dram

    A very palatable and smooth whisky but I was expecting a little more from a 21 year old. Lacked the complexity and depth normally associated with a malt of this age.

    6th November 2014

    Light as a balloon

    So light and smooth you will, as the tasting notes above say, be wanting some more. Almost as good as the 40 year old, but at completely different ends of the intensity spectrum.

    15th February 2014

    Smoothest whisky ever!

    Wow just wow, so smooth one of my new favs and certain to buy another when my bottle runs out.

    2nd January 2014

    21 year old glenfarclas

    Rubbish. Would never buy again

    26th December 2013

    Re: Surprise difference between bottles

    I think it has something to do with it being closed. I have a bottle from 2011 and when i first opened it the one scent that dominated everything was as you said old-wet-wood! But after a prolonged oxidation in the bottle with some air and a little perseverance, it opened up to a wonderful dark fruit christmas cake flavor-profile. So according to my experience it might be the whisky being closed as i also had the wet-wood treatment that was so bad i directly thought the particular bottle i had was bad or just a duffer. So a usefull tip give it time, lotsa time!

    16th December 2013

    Surprise difference between bottles

    I must've gotten a bad bottle the first time I purchased this from a shop: serious taste of old, wet wood with everything else quite diminished and and a quickly disappearing aftertaste. The one I'm tasting right now has much bolder aromas with none of that 'soggy cask' taste to taint it, and it lingers on the tongue and in the throat much longer. Good stuff for the price it commands.

    14th December 2012


    Yes,you get peppermint and citrus + a whole range of whisky tastes. Oak is there as always (it is whisky after all),to describe it as 'harsh' in this case is, to me, simply wrong. While I don't entirely disagree with previous comments I want to comment on the smoothness and lingering special after taste.

    25th July 2011

    A great whisky

    Nose: Lots of nose, oak and harsh wood. Of course vanilla, nuts and sherry.
    Taste: Again, harsh, wood, strong and bold. Bubbly and lovely
    Summary: Lots of character, peppery, very nice balance. Light and a feeling of summer. Smooth and complex. Not that much sherry as hoped but still a great whisky.


    17th April 2011



    23rd February 2011

    After the 15 year the 21...

    peppermint yes - nose and palate. Also some green grass. Long long finish - bittersweet. Less fruit cake than the 15 year for sure - but some citrus in the background? Rounded and smooth. Indeed, is it too rounded and smooth for its own good?

    21st December 2010

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