Glenfarclas "Glen First Class" 2000 Malts of Scotland
Added on Thursday, Aug 16, 2012 at 08:51 PM
  Bottler: Malts of Scotland
  Age: N/A Type: Scotch
  Vintage: N/A Subtype: Single Malt
  ABV: 50.00 % Region: Speyside
  Price: $45 Availability: Overseas Specialty
Member Ratings and Notes
N: Lightly sweet and malty, smells young initially. Raw sugar; opens up to reveal more fruit and a little toffee.
P: Sharp somewhat dry wood which also tastes young. Light taste of leather. White pepper.
F: Woody, a little flash of cotton candy. Pleasantly sweet.
Not bad but somewhat young. The wood is a bit sharp, but the finish is pretty good. 

Nose:  Tobacco, sherry, savory notes, great nose.


Palate:  Dry sherry, salty, tobacco and wood


Finish:  Dry sherry notes.


Great sipper and great for the price.


N: Good dose of spice mixed in with lots of vegetation and sweet berries. Different types of wood: dry bamboo, eucalyptus and oak.


P: Pretty chewy for such a young expression. Its probably because this is a first fill sherry cask. Sherry notes are initially more tart and acidic (sour plums) with herbal and sweet blackberry jam notes revealing themselves later.

F: Dark chocolate and tobacco leaves


N: Nutty sherry, with a minty orange aspect, and quite some woos spice.

P: Orange custard style sherry, very nice, relatively dry which I like.
F: Chocolate, with a spicy sing at the end.   A very solid effort and a great deal.


n:  Nicely sherried


p:  Oak comes though.  Dark cherry. 

n: raspberry Kool-Aid, dry wood, new pleather book cover with powdered sugar.

t: red kool aid, cherry chocolates with the sugary vanilla center. Initial blowpop candy sweetness turns to dry sanded wood. Finish is like breathing in hand-sanded cherry wood. 
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