Like all the other 1964 casks a lovely rich dark copper.
Big oloroso nose, stewed apples and pears, golden syrup. Toffee and caramel also present with oak on the end of nose.
A very dry whisky that sings Glenfarclas to you. Dry, sweet and bitter all in one go. Lots of burnt demerara sugar.
A creme brulee topping on top of a sherry trifle.