Type: Single Malt
Score: 95 points
This is the oldest Glenfarclas bottling yet at 58 years old, but the nose is fruity and rich with apricot, tangerine, almond, and a hint of vanilla creme. The taste is thick, dry, and spicier than expected with tannins, vanilla, black tea, and a hint of ginger. The finish has a hint of coconut and fades smoothly with a lingering subtle spiciness. Excellent!