Glenfarclas 30 Year Old70cl / 43%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Dark Chocolate
- Christmas Cake
Glenfarclas 30 Year Old Reviews
Tasting Notes by the Whisky Exchange
Nose: Gingerbread, glacé cherries, candied orange and lemon, and spicy cloves.
Palate: Rich and sweet, with brown sugar, allspice, cinnamon and rich fruit cake.
Finish: Long and lingering spice, with cinnamon, clove and a hint of warming anise.
12 Customer Reviews
Recived this as a birthday present, Having a soft spot for Glenfarclas anyway its the perfect Gift. Whisky is Beautiful on the nose, nice deep very rich like a Christmas cake long lasting taste.
Truly outstanding. My first 30 yr old malt and lived up to its billing. Deep colour lovely nose and a taste which lingers on the tongue. Worth it's price tag
This is the best whisky I have ever had to date .
I bought a bottle of this last year and thought it was an outstanding malt. I Purchased another a few days ago and unfortunately have found the quality has dropped significantly - practically no similarities to the last bottle even the colour is way lighter! very disapointing. Lacks any of the deep sherry richness and big chocolate notes previously found and is much more of a dry, bitter spicy whisky - the worst glenfarclas I have tried
To the question of 30yo V 40yo: having tried both back to back I can say I thought the 30yo a better whisky, regardless of cost - the ballance is exceptional.
how is the 30 from the 40?is the 40 worth the extra dollars?
Stunning single malt. Unbelievable depth and body, beautiful complex nose, perfect texture and flavor on the pallet, and an explosive finish. Wow, what a fantastic dram.
Very nice this whisky...simply awesome
in one word..."wonderful"...one of the best 30yr old i ever had...simply awesome specially when you look @ the reasonable price of this bot
Really good. Round, flavorful, full of sherry flavors. Felt like warm caramel rolling over the tongue. I would recommend.
So deep, so smooth, so wonderfully big with the shifting complex muscularity of age. This was my first encounter with a malt over 25 years of age and it nearly moved me to tears. Exactly what fine spirits are all about.