Glenfarclas 105

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Glenfarclas 105
70cl / 60%
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Distillery Bottling
A full 60% abv, yet the sweet, rich, spicy distillery character is still very much in evidence. A very small drop of water is recommended to open the flavours.
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(£34.46 ex. VAT)
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Customer Reviews: (12 reviews)
Huge tasting whisky! Incredible value for money, especially since it can be diluted quite a bit. Even with half water it's still full of flavour. But can also be drunk neat! Highly recommended...
- Colm, 9th Jul '12
A great whisky. I've tried the 15 and the 21 but 105 is a brilliant addition. A very strong dram and the taste really opens up with water (actually found I had to put a little more in than I normally would due to the alcohol %). My only disappointment is the cork. This is the 2nd bottle I've had and both corks snapped. I am very careful when opening and haven't had it happen on any other whiskies. Googled it and seems to be a very common problem with the 105. A real shame!
- S Hill, 29th Feb '12
no water, please ! Perfect as is.
- Toronto Tim, 12th Nov '11
i agree with matt.its an amazing dram but need to breath for a while around 15 minutes and with some water its open up one of my favourites cheers
- peatapal, 31st Aug '11
just been tasting it alongside the Glen elgin 16 yr old which I love and trying to find a winner. Certainly a much more rounded and warmer dram than the A'bunadh that it's compared to above. my 1970 family casks glenfarclas is unfortunately only opened for very special evenings!
- macky, 4th Feb '11
If you like a big unique flavor, this is the one. It has a large Sherry influence, but is very different from Aberlour A'bunadh. This is a malt that needs to breath for a while, to be at its best. This is one of my staple malts.
- Matt, 18th Dec '09
Wow this is powerfull stuff.I drink a lot of scotch, but i had to mix a little cola with it so i could drink this drop.It has smoke and toasty notes and a heavy alcohol taste.Drink this one sparingly with good friends and a good cigar.
- anonymous, 4th Nov '09
Are you mad. While I love the deep rich textures of a glenfarclas 12 and beyond the 105 is a strong brew that only the truely aquired pallet can appreciate. Love it or hate it, it has everything and a little bit more
- anonymous, 6th Sep '08
This was the first whiskey I ever drank and still love it. Although it's 60% it doesn't taste of alcohol- you simply get a lovely deep
- Dylan Williams, 9th Feb '08
105 does not have a declared age or vintage as it is a blend of casks of different ages - they use young casks to supply the power and older ones to fill in the richness and complexity. Try it, it's terrific.
- anonymous, 17th May '07
Which year?
- anonymous, 15th May '07
Tastes like heaven!!!!!!!!!
- anonymous, 13th May '07
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