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Glenfarclas 15 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Glenfarclas 15 Year Old
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Glenfarclas 15 Year Old Bottling Note

A wonderfully sherried 15 year old dram from Glenfarclas, boasting oodles of dried fruit notes. It’s bottled at 46% ABV simply because this was the strength that George Grant’s grandfather preferred it at. Happily, this also results in the Speysider boasting a big, juicy, Christmas cake profile. A fabulously complex Scotch while also being easily drinkable.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Intense, powerful sherry. Cream sherry, certainly – Pedro Ximenez? almost… a touch of peppermint? An almost rancio quality to this. Smells older than 15.

Palate: Raisins, more sherry, orange peel, walnuts, dates.

Finish: Incredibly long, complex, more of the walnuts again.

Overall: Water draws out sweetness. This is Christmas cake, not whisky. Simply astonishing.

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Glenfarclas 15 Year Old Reviews

So disappointing...

Good whisky but not £72 whisky. This was a decent buy at £50. Speyburn 15 knocks spots off this for £20 less.

23rd February 2023

Good, not excellent

Nice sherried whisky.
Walnut and figs on the palate.
Too bad there is quite a strong ethanol taste to it also...

6th February 2023

great honey sherrt raisins malt

not impressed upon opening tasted like sharp cognac. however decant and a week later its liquid sherry sponge cake with honey red apple brandy and raisins finish on carpet of sweet orange peel

2nd January 2023

Speyside mellow flavours.

My go to Glenfarclas, mellow, speyside delicious flavour.

16th November 2022

Very moreish!

Really nice dram with odour and flavour to boot. Won't last long in this house!

15th October 2022

Stunning dram

Stunning dram. Loved the smell when I opened it and it didn’t disappoint.

12th September 2022

Quality hooch

Very nice whisky and reasonable price.

22nd August 2022

Living on former glory?

For a 15 year old at 46% , I found this slightly thin, lacking in complexity and certainly no sherry monster. The MoM tasting notes talk of raisins, walnuts, dates and orange peel, sadly I found these lacking or weak. Imho, Glenfarclas needs to invest a little more money on good casks as they appear tired. For the price this represents reasonably, possibly good value but there are more complex and stronger sherry influence option on the market, albeit at same or higher price. This version does compare favourably with the 43% 18 year old however I would not buy either again.

20th May 2022

Nice for a change

A littler nippier than I expected for a 15 year old but still very nice however I prefer Balvenie 14 year old Caribbean cask which is much smoother and about the same price

27th April 2022

Fair price for a delicious sherried scotch

Glenfarclas has been a bit hit or miss for me but this one is on point. Great sherried malt. Very good punchiness at 46% (something that is lacking a bit on their the 12 and 25 year olds). Very happy with this one!

22nd April 2022

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