It is sulphured. Sulphur and Glenfarclas do not mix in my opinion because the spirit can’t stand up to it at all. Not that it’s ever really a good thing, but it cannot hide behind any peat.
Anyways it’s not very good, but if you’re not adverse to sulphur then I’m sure you’ll have a different opinion.
Tasting notes: Again a lot of struck match, flint, gunpowder, but it’s dry sherry (oloroso) coffee bean, dark chocolate, dry, nutty, ect.