- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- New Label (2007)
- Added on
- 26 Oct 2008 9:52 am
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Whisky Reviews for Glenfarclas 10-year-old
85 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.44 points
- I don't need it again, every liqueur is more intense
slightly tart sherry, cocoa, gummy bears, raspberry, slightly floral, mint, vanilla, the nose is very pleasing
extremely watery, boa, seldom drunk something thin, a little sherry, slightly chocolaty, a little vanilla, hint of raisins, sour, but the mouthfeel is like American iced tea, doesn't work at all
slightly sour, apple, slightly sweet, medium length
- For me, too simple a creamy slightly malty marsh. But the whisky is of high quality.
- Tasted on 11-04-2019 at "Glenfarclas Distillery.
- Uncomplicated, light whisky with little barrel influence and wood. The sherry character is very restrained, there is a lot of American oak here.
I would not want to pay more than 30 € for it.
- Blind tasting:
Dried fruits, a hint of leather, apple, dried. Apricot, black tea
Mouth: strong onset, intense spice, dried fruit, pronounced sherry character with no peculiarities
Finish: quite bitter in the direction of grapefruit, starting in the second sip with chocolate, sweetened cay, a bittersweet feeling remains
Conclusion: Tip: Glenfarclas 10 / 12yo neat, but a bit simple, a few% 79/100 are missing
- Whisky aged in sherry casks
Honey, orange, sherry
Honey, oak, pepper, orange, toffee, apricot
Vanilla, spices, oak
- already significantly different than the 8er. Much milder and rounder.
Malt; Pear; Honey; Fruit; alcoholic note
Sweet; Vanilla; light, spicy oak; Fruit; mild; a touch of pear; again some honey;
Oak, getting slightly dry; fruity; rather short