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Glenfarclas 30 Year Old (Old Bottling)

(70cl, 43%)

Glenfarclas 30 Year Old (Old Bottling)

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Glenfarclas 30 Bottling Note

A bottle of Glenfarclas' exemplary 30 year old single malt - a heavily sherried expression which is well-loved here at MoM Towers. This is an old bottling, before the recent redesign of the packaging introduced a presentation box designed to mimic the warehouse doors you'd see if you visited the distillery in Speyside.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich, dark. Smoky, sherry. Sugared peels, zesty. Rubbery.

Palate: Thick. Creamy sherry, buttery, spicy, malt loaf. Herbal, fresh.

Finish: Long, full, rubbery on the tail.

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Glenfarclas 30 Year Old (Old Bottling) Reviews

Quality Dram

A quality dram and agree with the maltmasters tasting notes. Definately stronger on the nose and more subtle on the palate though. It's all about the dram but even so very cheap packaging for a 230 quid bottle.

4th March 2016

Peat & rubber…yuk

I bought a bottle of this, after rather liking some other Speyside makes. I have to say, the smell is lovely and the initial taste great…but the after wash of a rubbery, peaty tangs is not at all nice. I think i will definitely try the samples before parting with >£100 pounds again.

30th December 2013

I hope it´s nice......

.....because I bought one now...

15th July 2013

I hope I'm not deceived

I think this is incredibly delicious and very complex. A great long-lasting finish. Am I simply impressed by the fact that this is a 30-year old for under $200 (US)? I'd like to think not. If my tasting is unbiased, then this truly is a remarkable single-malt at a very extraordinary price. I've spent a lot more on Scotches of this age. Aw heck, try the sample and decide for yourself!

1st July 2013


Struggled with the price point on this one. The 30 year was easily rivaled by the 12 year for a fraction of the price. Had similar vanilla and cinnamon notes but had a rather harsh bite on the finish. Was glad to have tried but wasn't terribly impressed.

7th September 2012


this is a stunner. only tries a sample so far but this bottle is on my future purchase list..

14th December 2011

mrs heath

i got 30 year old johnny walker i trying to ell it.

18th October 2011

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