Dark gold-coloured cut peat.
Complex, oak-coloured, flavours of apple and pears and tempting hints of caramel.
Dryness, it quickly develops a spicy richness, mixed with a hint of oak and a hint of candied fruit.
Surprisingly soft for such a high alcohol content, very pleasant warmth with persistent but very round notes of aroma.
A superb whisky which has all the flavours of the various
Glenfarclas all in the same glass. Do not let the alcohol content frighten you, order a 210 if you dare!! Thanks to its softness, the 105 can be drunk as it comes out of the barrel, but I advise you to add a little water to fully appreciate its depth.