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Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT


Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Matt2 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:37 pm

Welcome to the Glenfarclas Live Forum Tasting.

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  • Friday 20th March 7:00pm GMT - Sunday 22nd March

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby matthew2512 » Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:10 am

I think i am a bit early but im here now so i may as well kick things off with a Glenfarclas 25 year old.
n. sweet, woody, fresh herbs and sherry
p. Big and creamy with fruity notes and quite a lot of oak
f. spicey and smokey
I like this whisky but i was expecting more from it after the 21 year old.
I will try get on later tonight and do some (more detailed) tasting notes on the 1994 Family Cask.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:24 pm

Won't be on till tomorrow night but have half a dozen lined up.....
1987 Quarter Casks (O.B.)
15yo (O.B.)
21yo (O.B.)
1.101 SMWS 25yo
1.129 SMWS 40yo
1.131 SMWS 40yo
Till then !
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 3:51 am

It's Friday night and I've a spread of Glenfarclas. :D

25 yo, 43%
11 yo, 46% Traversos
40 yo, 48.5%, Scott's 1965
43 yo, 50%, OMC 1965

Looks like an interesting set to me.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby mikeymad » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:05 am

I have two open - one bottle one sample (thx to ganga)

Glenfarclas 15yo 1990 (47%, Beltramos, '90/'05, cask 5094)
Glenfarclas 40yo 1965 (48.5%, Scott's, d-1965, b-2005)

And maybe I will open one of my sealed:

Glenfarclas 11yo 1996 (46%, Traverso's 685 '96/'07)
Glenfarclas 17yo (43%, Original Bottling/new style)
Glenfarclas 25yo (43%, In blue tube )
Glenfarclas 27yo 1976 (50.9%, 1976 cask# 6160 '76/'03)
Glenfarclas 28yo 1974 (49.9%, 1974 cask#10065 '74/'03)
Glenfarclas 30yo 1961 ( 43%, /2500 61-91)
Glenfarclas 35yo 1968 ( 43%, 1968 edition)
Glenfarclas NAS (40%, Heritage-made for French market)
Glenfarclas NAS ( 60%, "105" in black metal tube)

Have to see if I am moved...

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:09 am

Glenfarclas 11 yo

Glenfarclas
11 yo Traverso
burnt oranges, molasses, used cinnamon sticks
squeezed orange pulp, caramel chews, loads of spices, bing cherries
long, cherries doused in chocolate and caramel
Beautiful sherried whisky. Among my favorites from this distillery.
Tawny Gold
0

11 Years Old
1996
46%
original bottle

Single Malt
Speyside
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Glencairn
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:23 am

Glenfarclas 25

Glenfarclas
25 yo
oak sawdust, herbal, orange cider
cedar, herbal notes, fermented oranges, caramel, nuts
moderate, herbal orange spice
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Golden Wheat
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25 Years Old
0
43%
original bottling

Single Malt
Speyside
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Revisions: After about 10 minutes of sitting here and not having any other beverage, I started getting cigar tobacco across the palate. It wasn't really present while I actually drank it; it just sort of appeared later.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby mikeymad » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:38 am

I guess I can start with a little ...

first pour...

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:50 am

Probably Speyside's Finest Distillery

Glenfarclas
10.65, 12.08, /583 bot, Cask 4816
spcies-basil, nutmeg and cinnamon. light barley notes. cedar shavings. tangerine peels.
lovely spiciness, roasting barley, melting chocolate and caramel, red apples, herbal/anise.
long, spicy caramel
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dark straw
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43 Years Old
1965
50%
OMC

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby mikeymad » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:03 am

Glenfarclas 15yo 1990 (47%, Beltramos, '90/'05, cask 5094)

Had this one around for a while, but opened it up last year... and have been enjoying it since.

It has a very rich dark red amber color , it reminds me of some of the dark single cask Highland Park bottlings. You know that something is going to be going on in this glass.

And oh yeah there is... Many layers popping out of the glass as you bring it closer and closer. The first thing to hit the nose is a sweet orange almost like an orange syrup. So far so good... Digging into the nose a little more (that's not right...), how about exploring the glass a little more.... Light spice all around cinnamon, and ginger. All supported by and old wood sent.

I guess I should have a little bit of it since it is in the glass.....

There is a lot of things that start to happen all at once on this one. There is a very nice mouth feel as I hold it in my mouth for a couple seconds, touch of oil in there. Then the spices start to rush from front to back of the palate followed by the cooked oranges and more spice....the I sit for a bit and let the over all effect just linger..... nice effect... I think I will have another sip...

Yep still good.. a little more wood comes threw later in the sample. Lingering in the finish with some oranges and a touch of spice. Does not stick around too long... about a medium length (medium = about 2-5 minutes)

There are a couple of small things in there that I can't seem to pick apart right now... but I have more in the bottle to try again sometime.

Good overall beverage.. I like the overall presentation, and nothing is out of scale... pretty nice balance for a sherry monster....
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby mikeymad » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:09 am

Now a little bit of goodness from ganga:

Glenfarclas 40yo 1965 (48.5%, Scott's, d-1965, b-2005)

Looks a little bit like this....

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby pkt77242 » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:18 am

I only have one Glenfarclas to taste the 21yo (43%) OB. Just pouring a glass. The notes so far make me want to buy some more.

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:30 am

Glenfarclas 40

Scott's Selection
1965-05
cinnamon sticks, dried herb mix, freshly peeled oranges, fresh oak
orange chocolate, herbal, cinnamon, woodshop
long, cinnamon, caramel,chocolate
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amber
0

40 Years Old
1965
48.5%
Scott's Selection

Single Malt
Speyside
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Glencairn
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:31 am

pkt77242 wrote:I only have one Glenfarclas to taste the 21yo (43%) OB. Just pouring a glass. The notes so far make me want to buy some more.

Sean

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby mikeymad » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:43 am

Got myself a good pour of the:

Glenfarclas 40yo 1965 (48.5%, Scott's, d-1965, b-2005)

Lots of nice legs in the glass as this lovely gold amber colored beverages settles in for a dramming session.

Some lovely citrus notes sneak out of the glass first. Nose is seeming to be picking up lemons to start with followed by a little bit of varnish. Seems like the wood is speaking a lot from this old juice... a touch of vanilla, almost a vanilla cream comes out after a while.

Okay I will sample some...

Lots of citrus all over the place on this one. The palate is worked over by lemons and some fleshy fruits, along with herbs and some more spice. A touch of the varnish and vanilla comes on late and sticks around and makes things nice for a while.

Breathing it in a little after the sip picks up some caramel notes that seem to be hiding out... a little oil as the beverage starts to finish makes it stick around for a while. Some cinnamon and peaches give a nice medium to long finish.

One of the few and really good IB 'farclas, Thanks again to ganga for this really good beverage...

(saved a tiny sample for a rainy day - I think that it might be raining now)
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby pkt77242 » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:51 am

Glenfarclas 21yo

Glenfarclas
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Caramel, butterscotch, milk chocolate. A waxy nuttiness. Slight oak, as well as a little rubber.
Lots of orange and raisin. A little nuttiness (brazil nuts?).
Long and sweet but slightly dry. Oak does appear on the finish but by no means overwhelming.
I like this whisky and it has become more expressive the longer it is open. I really enjoy pairing it with dark chocolate.
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21 Years Old
0
43%
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Speyside
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby pkt77242 » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:58 am

Ganga wrote:
pkt77242 wrote:I only have one Glenfarclas to taste the 21yo (43%) OB. Just pouring a glass. The notes so far make me want to buy some more.

Sean

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This website has been great for my knowledge but horrible for the pocket book. I doubt I will pick one up this weekend as I have a Signatory tasting Monday that I have some money saved up for. But I will be looking around for some over the next month or two.

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby rthomson » Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:05 am

I have the SMWS 1.139, a 14yo single cask Glenfarclas. It pours at 55.4% ABV. The nose truly does have indications of kid's treats like HoHo's or Ring Dings; that is, chocolate, bready treats with a cheap cream filling. But still, those memories are very pleasant. It's not as distinctive on the palate as on the nose with some sweetness and oakiness coming through. Overall, a low-key, pleasant dram. Not a life-changing one but it's solid and fully enjoyable.

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Wave » Sat Mar 21, 2009 2:49 pm

I'll just have one to taste tonight since I'm still trying to cut my open bottle count, but the one is a dandy! Glenfarclas 31yo 1974, 57.4% alc/vol.


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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 6:48 pm

:shock: I thought you were well below your open bottle limit. :P
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:13 pm

Good Evening everyone , starting Early as i've got a Film to watch later ( The last James Bond....) . Got off to a bad start as the Cork snapped on the first bottle but managed to get it out !

Expression - Glenfarclas 15yo
Age - 15yo
ABV - 46%
Colour - Pale Amber
Nose - Touch Oak , Vanilla and Orange Essence .
Palate - Sweet , nice sherry balance , Spices , Really Dark Marmalade .
Finish - Long , Orange Marmalade and spices .
Comments - A really nice , balanced Glenfarclas . Not overly Sherried , a perfect Speysider !
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:29 pm

Expression - Glenfarclas 21yo
Age - 21yo
ABV - 43%
Colour - Burnished Copper
Nose - More Heavily Sherried than the 15yo , Vanilla , Butterscotch and Bananas . there also seems to be a very small hint of peat . A much better nose than the 15yo .
Palate - Dry on the palate , again lots of spices , a touch of smokiness (Cigar Smoke) . After a while it becomes more Christmas Cakey .
Finish - Seems not as long as the 15yo , orange essence and dried fruits .
Comments - Another Well balanced and rounded Glenfarclas , definitely prefer my farclas at an older age . Very close between this and the 15yo but i think the nose on this one makes it the winner !
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:11 pm

Expression - Glenfarclas 1987 "Quarter Casks"
Year - 1987
Age - 19yo ?
ABV - 46%
Cask / Bottle No. - Quarter Casks 3704 - 3707 and Quarter Casks 3859-3860 / 520 of 1299
Colour - Deep Amber / Light Mahogany
Nose - Really intense Sherry on the nose (The QC's ?) , A touch of smoke , bags of the traditional Christmas Cake .
Palate - Again Intense Sherry , orange Marmalade , spices and dried Fruits/ cake mix .
Finish - Long , dry sherry .
Comments - Quarter Casks 3704 - 3707 Distilled 3rd July 1987 , Quarter Casks 3859-3860 Distilled 11th Sept 1987 . Bottled April 2006 . For the German Market . The Nose is better than the palate but this one isn't as balanced as the standard releases .
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:33 pm

Expression - SMWS 1.101
Year - 1977
Age - 25yo
ABV - 52.1%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Hogshead /
Colour - Light Amber
Nose - Very Fruity , Peaches , spices ,
Palate - Very Complex , very dry , Dried Fruits , Glace Cherries , Orange .
Finish - Long , dry and Spicy .
Comments - Distilled May 1977 . A very good Farclas , not as good as the older stuff though......
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:49 pm

Good afternoon Gordon. Looks like a very interesting set of whiskies. With few exceptions, it's seems like Glenfarclas does very well at the much older ages.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:58 pm

Expression - SMWS 1.129
Year - 1965
Age - 40yo
ABV - 55.1%
Colour - Pale Amber
Nose - Very Bourbonish , Vanilla , fudge .
Palate - Hot and peppery , touch wood and Vanilla .
Finish - Long , Spicy , condensed Vanilla .
Comments - Distilled March 1965 , Bottled Sept 2005 . Another Cracking old Farclas from the Society .
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:11 pm

Expression - SMWS 1.131
Year - 1965
Age - 40yo
ABV - 53.9%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Hogshead / 1 of 152
Colour - Autumn Gold
Nose - Loads of Vanilla , Oak , Butterscotch ,
Palate - Really Smooth , hot , white pepper , incredibly Bourbonish and oily .
Finish - Long , Warming and smooth .
Comments - Distilled March 1965 , Bottled Dec 2005 . Another Incredible old Farclas Better imo than the 1.129 , the Society certainly came up trumps with these casks .
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:16 pm

1965 was certainly a vintage year for Glenfarclas. Both of my older bottlings are from 1965 as well. Those both look to be outstanding whiskies too Gordon.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:29 pm

they are Rich , Outstanding Casks , i've had a few from 1965 spread over various ages , none have disappointed ! BTW i've only ever had one really bad (Society but also includes O.B. ) Farclas .
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Dram fine idea » Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:18 pm

Hi folks

I had problems logging on tonight - here are all my notes together. I've tried the 10 yo, the Quarter Cask 1987 (thanks Treacle Sponge) and the 105.

Glenfarclas 10 yo 40% abv

Glass - Glencairn

Nose - Off! Thin, chemicals, nail polish, varnish, partly redeemed (eventually) by a touch of sweetness (honey). Not at all promising!

Taste - As for the nose, very disappointing (though not a surprise)

Finish - Short to medium

Comment - Life goes on, time for some oatcakes and a fresh start.

Glenfarclas Quarter Cask 1987 bottled 2006 46% - many thanks to TS

Glass - Highland Park distillery nosing glass

Nose - That's more like it! This one smells like bourbon. Gorgeous. Touch of orange marmalade and wood shavings. I could smell this all evening.

Taste - Superb, firm arrival, expected flavours (of orange and vanilla) are there, hangs together extremely well, integrated, complete

Finish = Medium, gentle, reassuring

Comment - Cheers TS, very grateful! Another bottle for the wish list. I could smell and drink this one all night.

Glenfarclas 105 60%abv

Nose - Gorgeous (again), real bourbon characteristics (orange marmalade, vanilla and spice), younger than the Quarter Cask above and hence more sprightly, remarkably gentle for its strength.

Taste - All you would expect, from the nose, is there in abundance. The mouthfeel is exquisite.

Finish - Pure indulgence! Close your eyes and go with the flow.

Comment - Until the bourbon tasting night, I didn't get this dram, now I really dig it. Both the Quarter Cask and the 105 are excellent (in my opinion)

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:21 pm

Steve,

That's a wonderful thought about the bourbon tasting. It goes to show you that expanding your horizons increases your understanding and hopefully appreciation of your standard whiskies.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Dram fine idea » Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:27 pm

I agree. I'm all for expanding horizons.

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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Ganga » Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:41 pm

Well, I'm getting ready to go visit some friends and have a few drams. I'll get back to you guys later.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby Giovinetti » Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:01 am

Rather sick yesterday but feeling a little better today. Afraid I won't be able to join in this weekend but will post the notes on the 2 'farlcas I have on deck later this week. I'm anxious to open the 15yo. After reading the notes it sounds like it could be right up my alley.
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Re: Glenfarclas - 20 March 2009 - 7pm GMT

Postby TheTross » Sun Mar 22, 2009 1:01 pm

I have just the one Glenfarclas at home at the moment unfortunately, but I'll taste it in a bit and stick my notes in here.
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