The taste goes well with this image and reflects the conflict between the two elements sherry and oak.
The finish fits in harmoniously.
I like the whisky a lot, it reminds of older batches of the a'bunadh. He is very mature for his young age. Only the high alcohol content beats occasionally. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it pure. That's Glenfarclas!
Seasoning and fruit immediately compete with each other, the alcohol is clearly noticeable, earth, autumn leaves, raisins, something very dark cherry, a hint of cinnamon
Powerful start, very creamy body, it starts sweet, raisins, sherry, then it gets drier, light bitterness comes on, some currant, dark bread, cream caramel, dry red wine
Dark chocolate, Herrentorte, Oloroso sherry, cocoa powder, Black Forest cherries, the whisky remains spicy on the palate, long