I have a bottle of 105 sitting on my shelf waiting to be opened. I'm pretty excited to try it, so I might open it next.
Ganga wrote:I've actually gone through the 10, 12, 15, 17, 21, 25, 30, 105 and the 1974. As you can imagine my choice is the 1974. However, my two favorites of the rest are the 17 and 25. The 15 and 30 are not available in the US, although Glenfarclas thought I should be able to get the 30 by talking to a distributor.
vitara7 wrote:splash out on the 54
althoguh for a 30yo the glenfarclas 30yo is a good price.
out of the four you list, id plump for the 21yo
Mark wrote:I voted for the 21 year old but i do like the entire Glenfarclas range.
I just wish it was mor e readily available in the supermarket chains here in the UK.
les taylor wrote:Mark have you tried buying online there are a few really good on line companies with great variety of distilleries and their expressions. The goodies always turn up within 48 hours.
DramMeister wrote:SMWS had a couple of 40yr expressions at very reasonable prices that are really special. I personally love the 21yr.
Drrich1965 wrote:Just saw the 12 down the street at the local ASC store (state stores, horray ), but $30, a very nice deal. I will pick one up tommarow.
Di Blasi wrote:Drrich1965 wrote:Just saw the 12 down the street at the local ASC store (state stores, horray ), but $30, a very nice deal. I will pick one up tommarow.
You'll be glad you did, such a great whisky!
Malt-Teaser wrote:Glenfarclas QC 1987 for me.
Di Blasi wrote:
I think they, SMWS, might still also have a 36y now, for 100£, that's a damn good price!!!