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Glenfarclas (The Nectar) - Daily Dram: Feral Clangs - 31 y.o. - 45,7%
2F: 2E: 88/100


Glenfarclas Daily Dram: Feral Clangs

Bottler:
The Nectar
Age:
31 years
Alcohol:
45,7%
Collection:
Daily Dram
Bottle details:
distillation: 1966 bottling: 2008
Bourbon
/201 bottles
average
88/100
(88,35)
price class:

2 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

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.
88/1002008

Jean-Marie Putz

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.
88/1002008

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