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A beautiful, sherried Speyside malt, Glenfarclas launched this to mark their 175th Anniversary. It was made by blending together four lovely sherry casks with a combined age of 175 years! There are just 1,296 bottles, and this special Chairman's Reserve edition comes packaged in a gift box with a branded Glencairn glass, and a handsome water jug.
Nose: Huge notes of sherry with beautifully creamy malt and fruit. It develops with butterscotch, manuka honey, and the sweetest, creamiest sherry you'll ever smell! A touch of berry fruit, and quince jelly.
Palate: Rich and umami-like, there is an intense amount of cocoa and panna cotta, with dry sherry and molasses. It becomes peppery, and there is a good dollop of caramel source too.
Finish: Very good length, ends on burnt sugar, dark chocolate and tobacco leaves.
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A great sherry scotch. Maybe the best I have ever had. Great stuff!
22nd October 2014
A sherry delight, fantastic! Best whisky I've ever tasted!!
9th August 2014
this is one cracking whisky.I like it with just a drop of water,
21st June 2014
40 year old plus limited edition from a top distillery for a reasonable price. Whats not to like? Oh and it tastes amazing!!
9th February 2014
Adding water gets your alcohol level to a point that you can differentiate the flavors of this truly remarkable whisky. Ether you agree or not that is what is recommended. Drink it as you like.. whatever rocks you boat
19th January 2014
It's not being a "know-it-all" to state the correct fact that it is indeed recommended by the master-blenders and the distilleries they represent to add water! Drink your whisky whatever way you want it, but if you tackle a cask-strength laphroaig for example, without any water then all i can say is: Good luck getting flavours aside from the huge alcohol burn. I am not going to use the word "hate" but i will say i dislike stubborn comments like yours, with the irony of it being your pretty much the "know-it-all" in this case! Whos's gonna add water to this?? Well me, the previous commentator and about the majority of whisky lovers out there who have done their home-work and aren't overly stubborn
16th December 2013
I hate know-it-alls. You drink scotch how you like,I drink it without it being watered down,tastes better.
19th November 2013
If you truly knew how to drink scotch, you would know that it is recommended. Why do you think the makers would include it?
16th October 2013
Who's gonna add water to this??
17th March 2013