Glenfarclas 17 year old

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Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Full amber
Nose:Sherry, lighlty fragrant clean oak, butterscotch sweet, a hint of smoke
Body:Firm and rounded
Palate:Firm at first, then buttery in the middle, moving to a fruity dryness
Finish:A touch of almonds and bitter chocolate
First Tasted:February 2004
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