Glenfarclas 12 year old

May 11, 2017 3 Comments by

Alcohol:46
Region:Highlands
Color:Amber
Nose:Drier that the 10 year old but quicker and stronger
Body:Firm and slightly oily
Palate:Plenty of flavor with notes of peat smoke
Finish:Long with oaky notes even at this young age
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3 Responses to “Glenfarclas 12 year old”

  1. Brettnyny says:

    I like non-peated scotches. Two I enjoy are Balvenie Doublewood, and Cragganmore. I asked my local purveyor to recommend one in that price rance that is similar to those two to expand my horizons and they recommended Glenfarclas. He did a good job…it is indeed warm and full like those two, yet superior. It’s now my favorite scotch in this price range. Any other suggestions, those with similar taste?

  2. Gilbert Bower says:

    This is the best single-malt scotch at this price that I
    have found. Cheers. :)

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