Heavily polished amber.
Citrus on the nose, grassy green fading into fried fruit, leaving you with pear drops.
Pear drops very apparent on the nose, dried grass, quite a fragrant whisky, stewed pears emanating from the lip of the glass. Not a typical Glenfarclas, but very intriguing nonetheless.
Long and interesting (in a very good way).
An incredibly moreish whisky (definately leaves you wanting more).