Thin and slightly watered at the beginning, but still good and with an unmistakable Glenfarclas splint: leather, elderberry, old furniture, sherry casks, honey, caramel and malt.
Spicy, "full-bodied", fruity-woody and underlaid with fine herbs. Raisins, nuts, soft wood, malty honey notes with salt, pepper and hints of hot peppers. Invigorating peppermint joins in, which pleasingly plays.
Pretty long - the spicy undertone remains here too. Nuts, wood, cardboard, soft herbal notes, a little vanilla and only a little sweetness. The fruit notes run underground here.
Fat and nice taste despite a thin nose!
N: 89P / G: 90P / F: 90P