Dark rich pitch pine panels (like in my office).
Let this whisky have a minute in the glass to breathe then it truly comes alive, lovely thick viscous nose. Lots of sherry, and fresh fruit that has been soaked in brandy.
Leathery undertones, light tobacco, sweet and bitter in one. Like bing in Warehouse No.1 when opening the casks, light mustiness earthy and historical.
An all round great Glenfarclas a real end of an evening dram. A dessert? Or simply a dram of 1958, no contest really.