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The whisky

List of the bottles

Glenfarclas: embouteillages officiels

Glenfarclas

12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry
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Forum82/100
The colour is amber with greenish glints. The nose is full, fresh, spicy and relatively creamy.
The palate, dryer, reveals liquorice , sherry and spicy hints, with a touch of peat.
The finis is long with hints of liquorice and grilled cereals. A very good whisky.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
Despite its "screwed" top typical for cheaper spirits, this whisky is an absolute must among the Speyside whiskies. Some discrete hints of peat in a well balanced whisky, matured in sherry casks. The very interesting ration price-quality makes it a essential whisky in any good collection.
79/100
The nose is fresh, slightly peated with some pleasant sherry hints on the background. The palate is rather dry, and could be some "deeper", but has some interesting sherry notes, with a hint of peat on the background. A nice finish, too short, but pleasant.
79/100
A nose clearly marked by sherry, very expressive with nice citrus notes. Nutty fragrances give the whole a well marked character.
In the palate, a very pleasant and round presence where sherry and hazelnuts cohabit in a very smooth environment.
The finish prolongs perfectly the mouth. Sherry and smoothness.
79/100
Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour: Golden amber brown, the label says “natural” so I guess there’s no colour added.
Nose: Very delicate sherry, an easy and tempting fruitiness: Grapes, dried plums and ripe apples backed by burnt caramal and brown sugar.
Taste: Soft and easy, the same discreet delicacy as the nose promises. The sherry-fruitiness is clearly marked and mingles most charmingly dry with the later appearing fine dark cocoa notes.
Finish:Getting even more pleasant and dry, leaving nice bitterroot impressions on the tongue.
Conc.: A true gem, beautifully balanced and with perfect price-benefit-ratio this dram could easily make an everyday standard whisky for the days I don’t prefer a peaty drop...
Date: 22. December 2010
Price in Germany: ca 38 Euro (1 Liter)
85/100

Glenfarclas

105

Age
10 years
Alcohol percentage
60,0 %
Bottler
Official
Particularity
cask strength
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78/100
The colour is gold with copper glints, the nose is strong and reveals dry fruit and toffee.
The palate is sweet and powerful, marked by honey hints.
The finish is dry, long and warming.

(La Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
This Glenfarclas version was one of the first cask strengths to be marketed. The whisky is good, but the very high alcohol percentage, with a rough feeling impeached me to quote it higher than 16. Lots of other cask strength whiskies do not have this slightly aggressive character. It stays a very good whisky, and I really recommend it, but please be careful...
The advantage of cask strength is that you can decide for yourself how much water you want to add..
74/100
A pleasant powerful nose on a sherry background, without too much nuances characterized the second tasting. The sherry remains present in the palate. The strength of the alcohol makes it rather difficult to detect the different hints of this robust drink. A rather pleasant finish crowns the whole.
79/100
A well marked and pungent nose, with sherry and dry apricot hints. In the palate, the high percentage of alcohol makes this whisky first rather aggressive before developing on nice woody and slighty bitter notes, and a kind of smoothness, between honey and malt, through clear acid touches. A lingering and warm finish.
79/100
Sherry clearly dominates the nose, and the alcohol percentages gives it a kind of pungent character. Nice fruity and fresh notes follow after a while. In the mouth, toffee mixes nicely with fruit, and some slightly bitter hints appear on the background. The finish is quite interesting, and the fuity character of this whisky is clearly present. Further is the finish rather long and pleasant.
84/100
Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour:Deep brown, sherry, oily
Nose:At first a really sharp whiff of alcohol together with rubber tires. Later the rubber gives way to more buttery and sugary aromes (cane sugar) but we're never left without that unpleasant stingy spirity nose.
Palate.: Exactly like the nose. The rubbery taste always stays in the back, but especially with lots of water there is also a pleasant note of sweet fruits, dates and figs.
Finish: Astonishingly mild and short.
Conc.: A whisky for special occasions: I never had a single malt mixing that well with coke, lime and ice! It mixes better than most bourbons i tried. Glenfarclas rocks!
65/100

Glenfarclas

21 years

Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum 86/100
The colour is amber. The nose is woody and smoky, and marked by sherry.
The full palate confirms the nose
The finish is long and sweet, and comes back on the sherry.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
The nose detects the sherry immediately. A very pleasant smell . The taste is very nice as well, and reveals hints of chocolate, wood of tobacco. A wonderful finish prolongs the pleasure for many minutes.
.88/100
The second tasting rediscovered a wonderful whisky, slightly dominated by sherry, but revealing an unusual complexity of smells and tastes. A real pleasure. The finish is long and develops on sherry notes.
88/100
A rather sweet nose (sweet in the sense of not aggressive, not in the sense of sugared) with a presence of sherry on a discrete smoky background. The same sweetness in the palate where the very complex taste develops form sherry to chocolate through a slight woody taste. The finish is long, an and a slight woody aftertaste mixed with sherry hints crowns the whole. A very nice bottle.
84/100
The nose is marked by a discrete wood bitterness, with some smoke on the background. Dry fruits and some malt together with some tinglings. The palatte is pleasantly bitter, with nice slightly acid hints and a nice complexity, going from smoke to exotic fruits through nutty touches. A very nice finish too, marked by both chocolate and slightly acid notes and a kind of acidity.
84/100
Hints of sherry mixed with some discrete woody notes are followed by some subtle fruity notes.
In the palate, some very pleasant impressions of sherry, nice but discrete fruity ones and nice slightly bitter notes (walnut). Pleasant whisky, not really complex but without clear flaws. A kind of watery impression too. It would probably gained from a slightly higher percentage of alcohol.
The finish is long and fresh. Memories of sherry clearly dominate.
79/100
Date of tasting: 26/07 2008 Apperance: Burnished, deep copper Nose: Warm sherried nose with some prickle. Some wood associated aromas along with cocoa and a feint spiciness, milk chocolate and some almonds. Yet there's a fresh, solvent element behind all that and strokes of ethyl alcohol which I did not expect in a whisky this old. With water the sherry gives more room to some pine nut hints, nutmeg and red berries. Body: Medium Palate: The overall impact feels drier than I expected. It starts soft with a spicy tingle, the sherry comes rolling in towards the middle. The finish is very long and quite mouth drying with some smoky hints rolling in just towards the end, might have been more sulphury than smoky, but the dram left a very light impression of ! tobacco ash.
86/100

Glenfarclas

15 years

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
46,0 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum 83/100
Glenfarclas 15 ans

This Speyside single malt has been matured in sherry casks and is both nicely balanced and vivid.
The color is amber, the clear nose is dominated by sherry, fine wood and smoked malted barley. The mouth confirms the nose with quite a long and smooth finish.
(la Maison du Whisky)
Personal Comment
Very nice nose marked by spices. Strong sherry hints. Some smoke behind clear cereal smells. Light violet fragrances, the whole giving a nice balanced impression.
The mouth is first rather bitter, however very pleasant. This bitterness paradoxically gives a nice fresh impression, the spices give it its complex character which enhances the pleasure this bottle gives.
The finish is long and warm, and some bitter impression is rather present at the beginning, developing on notes closer to cereal.
84/100
A nice spicy nose with an obvious presence of sherry, even if the malty smoothness seems to dominate. Nice smoky notes appear after a while.
In the palate a mix of spicy bitterness and malty sweetness with a kind of acidity.
The finish is quid acid even if it remains warm and still keeps this bitter notes which make this whisky special.
79/100

Glenfarclas

1980

Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
53 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
dark Aloroso cask
Dates
Distil: 23-12-1980 Bottling: 15-04-2002
Bottle
574 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Glenfarclas 1980
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas: embouteilleages indépendants

Glenfarclas

Old Malt Cask, Ballindalloch 40 years

Collection
Old malt cask
Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
50,0 %
Bottler
Douglas Laing
Cask
Sherry
Cask number
single cask 2097
Dates
Distil: 04-1965 Bottling: 09-2005
Bottle
194 btls
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84/100
Glenfarclas Ballindalloch 1965
Personal Comment
The colour of this whisky is amazingly dark and the nose is really fantastic, both smooth and complex, with clear sherry hints, very nice vanilla and toffee notes, the whole being very coherent in a remarkable sweetness.
The mouth is less interesting as it is first very bitter, the taste being too much marked by the wood. Sherry with a hint of acidity behind. All the smoothness of the nose seems to have disappeared. Nice complexity however and some warm alcohol hints.
The finish is exceptionally long and marked by sherry and the woody touches of the mouth. This whisky deserves certainly a new tasting after a few days of aeration, as my notes seem to differ quite a lot with the enthusiastic reactions to other drinkers.
84/100

Glenfarclas

Old Malt Cask, Probably the finest Speyside distillery

Collection
Commemorative bottling 60 anniversary
Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
54,9 %
Bottler
Douglas Laing
Cask
Pomerol finish
Dates
Distil: 1991
Bottle
195 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Glenfarclas DL 60th anniversary
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

Adelphi Breath of Speyside, 15 years

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
60,2 %
Bottler
Adelphi
Cask number
single cask 5642
Dates
Distil: 1991 Bottling: 2006
Bottle
615 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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84/100
Glenfarclas: Breath of Speyside
Personal Comment
Sherry is obviously the most important marker for this far to be discrete nose which reveals also some fruity notes, some woody touches and some hints recalling orange peel. A greater complexity seems to appear a few minutes after having opened the bottle. Ripe fruits, plum developing slowly to more chocolate-like hints.
In the palate, thins whisky is first rather dry, but remains pleasant, nicely complex, with lots of character and the high percentage of alcohol does not hinder the tasting at all, even if the alcohol presence is obvious. Woody notes share the attention with others, clearly smoother.
The finish leaves some bitterness in the palate. It is particularly long. Even if this whisky is really excellent, I must confess I was expecting some more pleasure, after having read many enthusiast comments about this bottle.
84/100

Glenfarclas

Scott's selection 1965

Collection
Natural Cask Strength
Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
48,5 %
Bottler
Scott's Selection
Dates
Distil: 1965 Bottling: 2005
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88/100
Glenfarclas Scotts selection 1965
Personal Comment
The first nose is quite strange. A mix of wood and wax. Relatively discrete but really promising. Discrete hints of wood. The palate is much more expressive with still this impression of a very fine wood and a great complexity where hints of liquorice, floral notes and hints of sherry are mixed together with nice spiced notes. The finish is magnificent, long and nicely woody with discrete hints of sherry. It is warm and very smooth.
88/100

Glenfarclas

Daily Dram: Lancer's flag

Collection
Daily Dram
Age
41 years
Alcohol percentage
46,1 %
Bottler
Bresser&Timmer / The Nectar
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Glenfarclas Lancers Flag
Personal Comment
A very pleasant nose exceptionally fresh (specially for a whisky of that age), made from discrete sherry hints nicely mixed with fine but clear woody notes. Some eucalyptus hints. The nose is oddly complex behind first quite linear impressions. In the palate the same complex mix of wood and sherry. The mouth is bewitching and prolongs nicely the nose impressions. The finish is pleasantly warm and lingering, still with this amazing association of fine wood and sherry.
88/100
A superb clear floral nose with nice smells of spicy mint an heather and some notes of liquorice.
The mouth is first rather acid with unripe fruit notes and acid drop hints, but however it is nicely "couloured" even if the nose was much more attractive. All the nose nuances have unfortunately disappeared from the palate.
The finish prolongs perfectly the mouth , with this acid freshness which prolongs for many minutes.
The high score of this bottle is due to the exceptional nose, and the relative deception of both mouth and finish did not make me change the finale note of 19/20.
88/100
A pleasant nose mixing harmoniously fruity notes (peach, ripe pear) and a smooth bitterness (cashew nut) before developing on nice floral hints. Nice complexity. A smooth and promising whisky.
The mouth prolongs perfectly the nose. Balance, smoothness and complexity. The pear and ripe peach notes of the nose are clearly present here too.
The finish is lingering and shows a nice development between several impressions too. The fruity smoothness of the mouth is dimming. The finish is a bit less nice than mouth and nose were, but it remains a great whisky.
88/100

Glenfarclas

Daily Dram: Feral Clangs

Collection
Daily Dram
Age
31 years
Alcohol percentage
45,7% %
Bottler
Bresser&Timmer / The Nectar
Cask
Bourbon
Dates
Distil: 1966 Bottling: 2008
Bottle
201 btls
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88/100
Glenfarclas Feral Clangs
Personal Comment
Hints of vanilla mixed to some nutty smells and discrete notes of ripe fruit, with quite interesting floral notes.
The mouth is very pleasant, with this strange combination of refined wood, honey and discrete hints of citrus fruit, the whole being perfectly balanced.
The finish is rather complex, moving from honey notes to cashew nut or wood ones, and back again.
88/100

Glenfarclas

Rare reserve 1966 "Mystery Speyside"

Collection
The Ultimate Single Malt selection Rare reserve
Age
43 years
Alcohol percentage
42,9 %
Bottler
The Ultimate Whisky Company
Cask
Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 3336
Dates
Distil: 13-5-1966 Bottling: 26-3-2010
Bottle
11 of 185 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Glenfarclas 1966
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas samples

Glenfarclas

1968

Age
No age statement
Taux d'alcool
43,0 %
Embouteilleur
Officiel
Fût
Sherry
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84/100
Glenfarclas 1968
Personal Comment
A very pleasant nose, with sherry hints and woody touches, with loads of discrete aromas, form coffee (with milk) to chocolate through spiced touches. In the mouth, a subtle mix of sherry and oak, the whole in a relative smoothness. Not really spectacular. The finish is relatively short, with again nice woody memories of sherry.
84/100

Glenfarclas

Old Speyside 1966

Collection
Taste Still Selection
Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
45,6 %
Bottler
Taste Still
Dates
Distil: 1966 Bottling: 03-2006
Bottle
270 btls
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0/100
Glenfarclas Old Speyside
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

Cask Collection, 1966

Collection
Cask Collection
Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
46,1 %
Bottler
Dewar Rattray
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88/100
Personal Comment
Despite the very pale colour of this whisky, the nose seems to reveal clear sherry hints. And it is a bourbon cask... which explains the colour, but not the smell.The nose is simply fantastic. Mix of sherry and nice fresh floral notes. A real bunch of flowers beside a sherry bottle. Exotic fruit, pineapple, honey and some cut grass. A very rich nose anyway and changing all the time.
In the mouth, the first impression is some woody hints followed by a deep malty smoothness and very nice peppery and spicy notes. After a while (fortunately rather long), all tastes seem to dim suddenly before leaving quite a neutral palate.
But the finish is very long and extremely pleasant with ist sherry notes closely mixed together.
88/100

Glenfarclas

The Family Casks 2003, selection Le Gust

Age
9 years
Alcohol percentage
56,8 %
Bottler
Official
Cask number
single cask 1450
Dates
Distil: 17/09/2003 Bottling: 09/04/2013
Bottle
316 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
88/100
Glenfarclas FC 2003  le Gust
Personal Comment
Color: Amber
A very nice sherry nose with nice notes of chocolate, plum jam. Alcohol seems perfectly integrated as no tingling comes interfere olfactory pleasure, at least after a few minutes of aeration. However, the nose betrays its relative youth.
On the palate, the alcohol is present without being annoying. It begins with a classic sherry to become rather quickly bitter, slightly woody. Everything is nice though lacking a bit of complexity, but what is more normal for a whisky of this age.
The finish is quite long and includes all the aromas of the nose, typical of sherry bottlings, cooked plums and chocolate. Some bitterness too, which does not lack charm, making it a very pleasantly subtle dram.
88/100

Glenfarclas: Not in collection

Glenfarclas

8 years

Age
8 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Official
links & average quote
84/100
Glenfarclas 8 yo
Personal Comment
Comment by Thomas Widter
This is the first Glenfarclas I have had a chance to get to know, so I can only guess that it must hold up with its older brothers quite nicely. Of course, the whisky is not quite as smooth as an older one would be – still, that specific sherryish character has to be what is the Glenfarclas trademark. It is a very full, round, sunny tone with not little caramel to it; the “sunny” side to it is almost too much for some afternoons. If it had to illustrated with sound (the writer of this note is also an sound engineer) the higher frequencies would be just slightly dominant, but never to let one forget about the overall wholesome character. The nuttiness a Macallen would have is not where this whisky shines, nor does it have the at first hidden intensity of a 12 year Glendronach. But oh is it still a tremendous example of what Speyside’s finest distilleries are capable of achieving. (taking into consideration the pretty good price-ratio)
84/100

Glenfarclas

1991 Dark Oloroso

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Official
links & average quote
82/100
Glenfarclas dark oloroso
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

Heritage 60%

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
60 %
Bottler
Official
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
82/100
Glenfarclas heritage
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1995 Vintage

Collection
The heritage malt collection
Age
No age statement
Taux d'alcool
45 %
Embouteilleur
Officiel
liens et cote moyenne
70/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

25 years

Age
25 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
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86/100
Personal Comment
Date of tasting: 29/5 2009 (SWS tasting) Apperance: Old gold (lighter than the 21yo I've sampled) Nose: Lots of sulphur initially, like used fireworks. Pretty spirity, green apples, sewer smells. Complex, but not all that pleasant. Gets slightly better- bakery. Body: Medium to light Palate: Starts light. Prickly swallow. The finish is round and has lots of wood. Remarkably light overall and does not feel like 25 years old. Still tasty though.
82/100

Glenfarclas

Vintage 1989, for the Swedish Malt Whisky Society (SWS)

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
53,9 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2008
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
92/100
Personal Comment
Date of tasting: 27/3 2009 (SWS tasting)
Apperance: Very dark red amber
Nose: Butter scotch, vanilla fudge, toffee and some saw dust. A little raisins later. Develops more dried fruits and rubber.
Body: Big and thick
Palate: Very sherried with dried fruits. Very long, sherry-dry finish. Very smooth and complex with water added. A little over enthusiastic sherry in the finish marks the whole impression down slightly, but a great bottling and a true sherry bomb.
92/100

Glenfarclas

1994-2004

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Official
links & average quote
82/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

10 years

Age
10 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Official
links & average quote
79/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1968/2009 for L. Timmermans (Lindores)

Collection
Family Cask
Age
41 years
Alcohol percentage
51 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Fino Sherry
Cask number
single cask 699
Dates
Distil: 7-2-1968 Bottling: 9-9-2009
Bottle
35 btls
links & average quote
90/100
Glenfarcals 68 fc Lindores
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1960-2007, Family casks

Collection
Family Cask
Age
47 years
Alcohol percentage
52,4 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 1767
Dates
Distil: 1960 Bottling: 2007
Bottle
228 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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links & average quote
Forum 95/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1988 Family Casks

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
56,3 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry butt
Cask number
single cask 7033
Dates
Distil: 1988 Bottling: 2007
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Forum 90/100
Glenfarclas Family cask 1988
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1979 Family Casks

Age
29 years
Alcohol percentage
50,6 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Plain Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 2216
Dates
Distil: 1979 Bottling: 2008
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 93/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

25 years

Age
25 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
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links & average quote
89/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

30 years

Age
30 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
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links & average quote
90/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1965 Family Casks

Age
42 years
Alcohol percentage
60 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1965 Bottling: 2007
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links & average quote
95/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1987 single Oloroso cask

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Mähler-Besse
Cask
Oloroso refill
Dates
Distil: 1987
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links & average quote
84/100
Glenfarclas 1987
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

25 years (square bottle, blue box, 75 cl)

Age
25 years
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Official
links & average quote
Forum 88/100
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

Heritage 2001

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
45 %
Bottler
Official
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links & average quote
78/100
Glenfarclas Heritage 2001
Personal Comment

Glenfarclas

1968-2005 for L.Timmermans (Lindores)

Collection
Private selection
Age
37 ans
Taux d'alcool
51,4 %
Embouteilleur
Officiel
Numéro fût
single cask 689
Dates
Distill: 1968 Embout: 2005
Particularité
Brut de fût non filtré à froid
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liens et cote moyenne
Forum 93/100
Personal Comment

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