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Glenfarclas 1968

Overall rating
93.00/100
votes
60
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
The Family Casks
Vintage
08.03.1968
Bottled
30.11.2006
Stated Age
38 years old
Casktype
Sherry Butt
Casknumber
1316
Number of bottles
483
Strength
65.1 % Vol.
Size
700 ml
Added on
09 Dec 2007 4:00 pm
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 2836,17

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Whisky Reviews for Glenfarclas 1968

3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 93.00 points

  1. bull10298 scored this whisky 93 points Expert Senior

    Cask 1316, 483 bottles, Sherry butt. Almost certainly the strongest 39-year-old
    whisky on the market, this Sherry butt must have remained remarkably tight over
    its near four decades of maturation! The nose is rich, delicious and complex,
    with honey, cinnamon, sultanas and orange marmalade, not to mention some smoke.
    Rich on the palate, with medium-dry Sherry, fruit and toffee, plus a hint of
    oak. The finish is long and robust, yet refined, with toffee, spicy oak, and a
    suggestion of smoke. A glorious whisky!

    http://www.whisky-pages.com/notes/distillery.php?id=farc

     

  2. Derekyu928 scored this whisky 95 points Expert Senior

    Glenfarclas 1968-2007 65.1%, OB, Family Casks, cask # 1316, 483 bottles 【TASTING SAMPLE EXCHANGE PROJECT】 Adamo provided Distillery Name GLANFARCLAS Glenfer Class Official (OB) / Bottlers / Importer OB Family Cask Vintage 1968-2007 Distribution year 2007 Frequency / Contents Amount / Cask Number 65.1% 70 CL Bottle Shape Bottle Color Bottle Remaining Dumpy Bottle Transparent 95% Overall score 95 (SGP: 764) S for the Sweet / Fruity scale (honey, fruits, candy, raisins, vanilla, flowers ...) G for the Grainy / Grassy scale (porridge, yeast, grass, malt, wax, beer ...) P for the Phenolic / Smoky scale farm, peat, sea, tar, spices, liquorice, meat ...) Each maximum value of SGP is 9 90/00 's early OB McCALAN 12 years 43 ° as 80 points stock / BAR 【TASTING SAMPLE EXCHANGE PROJECT】 adamo ~ tasting physical condition / alcohol intake on the day / 2 malt malt First Slightly Dark Amber Royal Sherry Sweet Aroma Dried Grape Iodoform Reactive Salt Every time we have a wheatish strong alcoholic sensation 10 Body iodine wheat strawberry jam with a gradual spread showing peculiar to middle fur class Jam A little sugary (grape · Prune type) 9 Finish Nose omission and return sharp together Especially the nose escape is excellence dry burning salt barley Here the lingering finish of the smoke ginger The body temperature rises The last large grain salt crystal 9 Extra (Other) Altitude Shelly was altitude, very wonderful content. Usually it will degrade when aged over 39 years, I think that the body will be thinner, but this bottle is one that boasts the highest frequency in the family cask series. It was alive like a burning flame, not at all. Is there a secret in an aging room or barrel? I have been given the opportunity to drink Far classes recently but as a feature of the 1960 's and 1970' s, I felt that it would be two choices, feeling a large salt in the finish and feeling a dairy system like fresh cream ing. Is this also saying that even though it was written as a sherry barrel, the source was large and the two characteristics were different Sherry was produced. I would like to express my thanks to adamo who is the provider. 10 When added with water, fragrance and flavor are separated into each and it becomes easy to understand. Only one drop will be the best. http://www.whiskylink.com/?p=20061

  3. Alex did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Tasting notes by the producer (George S. Grant):

     

    A dark amber-bronze colour. Full-bodied Glenfarclas, very deep and mature, complex fruit, sultanas and marmalade. A strong powerful Glenfarclas, I believe it is the strongest we have ever released at this age.

    The aromas are intense with rich tones of honey, vanilla, liquorice, cinnamon, raisins, and a hint of peat smoke.

    This whisky has many layers to delve through. It is like a layered cake with fruit on top, honey caramel and toffee in the middle, with dry oaky spiciness and a slightly smoky finish.
    Bottled 2006.

     

    http://www.glenfarclas.co.uk/en/familycasks/cat/8,1960-1970.html

      

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