Good stuff..

Mar 20, 2020,07:31 AM

Any comments on best age?

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A dram to chill

 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-06:39
A bang for the buck whisky. Stay safe and healthy everyone. Cheers PAt ...  


 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-07:28
Cheers PAt

Good stuff..

 By: myles721 : March 20th, 2020-07:31
Any comments on best age?

Looks great!

 By: jmpTT : March 20th, 2020-07:39
This is the time to open your best whisky. I love the 105 cask strength and I bought a bottle of the 40 year old on a whim a few years back too - usually far outside my budget, but it was very cheap for the age/quality. Have not opened it up, but, if/when... 

I love glenfarclas

 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-08:31
And have yet to open a couple of them. Cheers PAt

Cheers, my friend. [nt]

 By: amanico : March 20th, 2020-08:25

Salut mon ami

 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-08:30
I hope all is well Cheers PAt

The 25 vs

 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-08:28
12,17,21 or even older ones? The 40 is definitely much more dark chocolate and oily. Cheers PAt

well, my problem with Glenfarclas is the it lacks sufficient viscosity for my taste. its too watery.

 By: WH_ : March 20th, 2020-15:44
I like the oiliness and viscosity of the likes of Glendronach for example. but I can never fault the complexity and the depth of flavour a Glenfarlcas has in the sherry cask territory


 By: patrickmaniac : March 20th, 2020-16:58
This 25 is not as full bodied as even a Macallan 18. But it’s saving grace is the complexity. I could nose this all day. Cheers PAt