Spirit of Islay wrote:Di Blasi wrote:
I think they, SMWS, might still also have a 36y now, for 100£, that's a damn good price!!!
Damn nice whisky as well Di Blasi , had one on my last visit .
Edit .....Found my notes
Current Glenfarclas on the list (1.135 , 36yo , 54.7 , Nov 1970) , A very deep amber , this was the most sherried Farclas i’ve had off the society , huge Christmas cake on the nose ( Spices , dried fruits etc) . Slightly burnt Treacle Toffee and spices on the palate with a long , smooth spicy finish . A wee bit too sherried for my liking but still a cracking dram , with a wee drop of water the slight burnt taste vanished
Ganga wrote:I guess I'll have to open a bottle and share some thoughts with you. About a month ago I purchased the Scott's Glenfarclas 1965 bottled in 2005 at 48.5%.
Here's to hoping that it lives up to its brethren.
Mustardhead wrote:Di Blasi wrote:They're all good!!! Get one of each I say!
Absolutely! Except the 105. There's cheaper surgical spirit on the market