"Very typical Glenfarclas" are my first thoughts. Sherry, oak and apricot dominate the first impression immediately. Amazingly, no alcohol despite the many percent, very sweet and creamy caramel and toffee, dates, orange, milk chocolate, trail mix, now the malt turns from the sweet creamy sherry aromas to strong wood tones, freshly sawn, dry wood like in the sawmill.
In the second nose again sweet with sherry, unfortunately now the alcohol is much clearer
here the percentages are more noticeable, yet plenty of sherry, dark chocolate, toffee, caramel, peach, orange, oak, sharpness of both pepper and a young touch.
is characterized by clear citrus fruits and oak, sweet sherry, caramel and chocolate, blood orange, unfortunately, he seems a bit sprightly and young,
later he seems much tarter than in the first impressions, medium to long finish.