This is a 24 year Glenfarclas that was selected by K&L Wines and bottled at 50% ABV.
Nose: Heavy raisin notes with overpowering sherry and sweet malt. Not for those that aren’t fan of big sherry bombs.
Palate: Again very sherry dominant here with plums, leather, and sweet oak.
Finish: Sherry becomes slightly bitter.
Rating: 92/100 – I generally love heavily sherry influenced malts, so this one was right up my alley.
Value for the money: I paid $170 for this, but it later dropped to $130. I’d be happy to buy at either price, but I believe they are sold out now.