Glenfarclas 10 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glenfarclas 10 Year Old Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
My first bottle of Glenfarclas 10 year old and I'm very impressed
This my father in laws introduction to SM and it was mine too. Maybe it will always hold a special place for me due to that reason or maybe it is actually just really nice??? Sherry ish like balvenie double wood but not as harsh.
I tried this one very recently and was pretty impressed with it and its certainly very good value for money. its light, very easy drinking and one I would highly recommend as either an easy drinking bottle to keep in the house for a rainy day or as a starter for somebody newly introduced to whisky. Will be buying another bottle for sure.
I find some of the comments on here quite silly. It is a very good whisky at a very good price. Its still a family buisiness. If its not to your taste fine, but please do not make such childish comments like some have done.
Nice color and nose. Was going to give as a gift, oh well, they will still enjoy it with me this evening. Dave, Long Beach, Ca
A great whisky, a great price from a great family business. I know its each to their own, but well worth trying if you have not had the pleasure
how can anyone say this is a mixer! for the money this is one of the best 10 year old's out there. quality stuff in an age of greed!
Glenfarclas has a very solid range, and they are VERY modestly priced compared to many greedy ideas we see these days. I'd say this is a big bang for your buck; anyway both the 15 yo and '105' are even bigger!
I am not a whisky expert but I really like Glenfarclas, to me it tastes light, sweet and slightly spicy. After holidaying in Scotland I brought a bottle home, now that it is finished I will be buying more.
I think I need to try and provide a bit of balance here! I really enjoyed this. The Glenfarclas richness was pronounced and I felt it displayed admirable complexity for its age. It put me in mind of deciduous woodland: deep, oaky and quietly alive. At this price, definitely worth a try if nothing else.
The colour is far too brown looking and it tastes like it has only been half made. I don't like the bottle either!
At first i found this a little austere, but on my second tasting was bowled over by the subtlety of this whisky. The fact that it is very firm and staright to the point gave the impression of a spirt without a sense of humour, but its imppecable balance and plethora of malty, nutty and sherried notes and suprisingly dryness completely bowled over this Islay drinker.
Was not too impressed with this one , seemed to be very one dimentional and lacking in any character and taste , more of a mixer than by itself.