...just because this is a Glenfarclas does not imply this is good at any age. A typical paedophelic dram, bottled immature and robbed of its (maybe bright) future this way. Why?
The colour is pale gold and the nose offer a rather immature malty profile that is very simple. Beside some barley sugars and bready aromas there are shy spicy wooden notes, not more. Stop.
The taste is sugary sweet and bready-malty. Some spices join in later but this does not really help to make this dram more attractive. Water does not release any new aromas or flavours but it smoothes the taste, somewhat.
The dram arrives hot and just a little coating on the palate with a significant drying-peppery feeling. The finish is short and nothing else. This is rather sugared alcohol than whisky...