dramtastic wrote:...the 15... It's a beautifully balanced sherried whisky.
Yes, the 15-year old did go through what some might consider a bit of a 'patchy period' a while back, when the whisky seemed less impacted by Sherry oak, more herbal in character and a tad unbalanced toward the spirity extreme of the flavour spectrum (around the same time the packaging changed to the newer bottle/tube design).
But that's history now, and I wouldn't hesitate to try any of the current releases. Love the 46%ABV bottling strength, too.
Best 15-year old Glenfarclas's I've ever had? Undoubtedly the ones that came in those old square, dumpy bottles (boxed, not tubed) back in the 1980s. Just SO
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