1974 Glenfarclas  Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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1974 Glenfarclas Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$180.00 Bottle
  • ABV 43%

Glenfarclas - "Glen of the green grassland" - has an enviable reputation amongst whisky lovers around the world. Noted Whisky writer, Micheal Jackson comments of the distillery: "Among the handful of truly stand-alone distilleries in Scotland, Glenfarclas is the most assertive of its independence, by far the longest established, and the best known to connoisseurs. Its whiskies are in the top flight among Speysiders, though they do not enjoy the wider popular reputation of some similar examples from this region."
Followers of this distillery will be pleased to know that a selection of special edition Glenfarclas are finally available in Australia, the most recent addition being the 1974 Vintage. This rare bottling is the result of blending malt whiskies from one single year of production to create a unique and individual flavour profile. The whisky has developed over twenty six years and was carefully monitored to be bottled at peak maturity.

Tasting Note: Vibrant, straw-gold colour. The nose displays delicate oaky tones, combined with a malty sweetness. The palate is mouthwatering, with a delicious long lasting maltiness. Oaky with a hint of lemon zest on the finish.
43% Alc./Vol. ONLY 2732 bottles produced. Tasting note sourced from Glenfarclas. size>

Further notes…Nose: Light, fino-style sherry influence with the malt is usual subtle self; Taste: dry oak arrival vanished quickly to allow the sweetest malt ; great spice. Finish: lashings of rich malt and very late cocoa. Balance: for all the sweetness this is just so delicate. Rating: 89
- tasting note sourced from Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2006.size>

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