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I like the Glenfarclas range. Family run, independent, do what they do well, no "whacky" experimental bottlings in bright pink bottles with funky lables. Sherried Speyside how it should be. In my mind they are the bench mark for Sherried Single Malts. The 21 is a great example at a very reasonable price.
Nose: Honey, Sherry, creamy, oak, vanilla, leather with a wisp of smoke.
Palate: It has a wonderful smooth start almost creamy, flavours of sticky dark fruits like plums and raisins, spiced dates and gentle smoke. Peppery bite and some nutmeg.
Finish: A good length (medium to long) which as a gentle spice, very light smoked fruits and sherry tang.