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This Family Cask bottling was distilled in 1970 and matured in single cask number 566, a sherry butt. A powerful, darkly fruity Glenfarclas which was bottled on the 28th February 2007 as part of a release of 497 bottles.
Nose: Rich, spicy. Thick, fruity malt loaf. Toasted cinnamon buns, rum. Stem ginger in syrup. Sherry, pepper.
Palate: Thick, chewy. Sherry. Fruit, ripe and lush. Rum spice. Pepper.
Finish: Spiced rum, heavy, buttery, oak, allspice.
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One of the best family casks that I have tried, complex and intense. A must have for those who call themselves farclas enthusiasts and have the wallet to make a 300 pound whisky purchase.
25th September 2011