Glenfarclas 1953 - 58 Years Old
70 cl / 47.2%
The oldest released Glenfarclas single malt whisky bottled to date.
This stunning single malt has been chosen by a panel of experts, between whom you can find Serge Valentin and George Grant, from the oldest casks that distillery had available by Wealth Solutions in collaboration with Master of Malt.
Only 400 bottles at cask strength has result after 58 years of ageing in a Spanish sherry oak cask.
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“Maybe the best Glenfarclas I have had? An awesome single malt whisky as every Glenfarclas whiskies are.”This dram has a tawny-like color.
Nose (93): more than average. candies, eucalyptus, wood, spices, candies, flowers, cinnamon. Like a marvelous wooden box full of violets candies! Really complex and evolving.
Taste (92): powerful, oily. honey, nuts, wood, spices, figs, flowers, cinnamon, cocoa. So intense whisky! It is almost smoke on the palate.
Finish (93): long. honey, wood, flowers, citrus.
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