Glenfarclas aged 40 years

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Glenfarclas 40 yo OB


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Royal Mile Whiskies
Speyside
Alder: 40 yo
Flaskens volum: 70 cl
ABV: 46 %
Kjølefiltrert: Nei
Fargejustert: Nei
Fattype: Sherryfat
Varenummer Vinmonopolet: 5286301
Pris Vinmonopolet: 2150 kr
Poeng Whiskyfun: 91/100 p
Klassifisering: SGP 562


40 år gammel standardtapning fra Glenfarclas.

NMWL smaksnotater

 
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Farge Uten vann Med vann
Farge ikke vurdert Lukt: Enorm konsentrasjon, godt treverk, krydder, tobakk, kaffe, lakris og lær, eucalyptus, ren tiltross for solid lagringspreg, godt opphav (noe korn), og svært god balanse.

Ikke vurdert smak.

Ikke vurdert lukt.

Ikke vurdert smak.

Har ikke kommentert ettersmak.
Balanse: Svært god.
Oppsummering: Her var det cognac, kaffe og sjokoladebiten i en og samme dram!
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Eksterne smaksnotater

Destilleriets offisielle smaksnotater

 
Glenfarclas
Farge Lukt Smak
Farge ikke vurdert The nose is reminiscent of relaxing in an old leather armchair, while eating walnuts and chocolate-covered raisins. It has a sweet initial taste – orange segments dipped in liquid chocolate – then a lovely flavour of burnt brown sugar at the back of the mouth.
Ettersmak: The dry finish oozes big tannins and more rich dark cocoa beans.
Oppsummering: Let this whisky breathe a little or and a drop or two of water to fully open up the dram



Andre smaksnotater

 
Poeng: 91 - Whiskyfun
Farge Lukt Smak
Dark amber with red hues Ultra-typical old sherried Glenfarclas, full of chocolate, raisins, prunes and then touches of mint, liquorice and varnish/pine resin. Also hints of blackcurrant buds, blackberry jam and finally a little coffee, smoked ham and toasted bread. Also a little walnut stain and maybe poppy seeds. In short, a classic. Excellent attack, with a flavourful oakiness (black pepper sauce alike) and various liqueur-filled chocolates. Chocolate-covered prunes. Goes on with fresh and clean notes of blood oranges, raspberry liqueur and just a few herbal notes that may hint at well-aged chartreuse. Hints of cough syrup.
Ettersmak: Long, more on fruit skins and jams. Very pleasant fruity and resinous bitterness. Faint tannicity and liquorice in the aftertaste.
Oppsummering: Comments: I think it’s a good example of an old malt where an obvious oakiness brings more substance and complexity. Very well composed and worth its fair price, no doubt about that.


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