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Glenfarclas 10 year old malt whisky £30 @ Majestic
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Glenfarclas 10 year old malt whisky £30 @ Majestic

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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My favourite malt. Perfect for these cold winter evenings.

£30 from Majestic is a good price. The next best I can find is around £40 from Amazon. You can collect in store, or they will deliver free of charge, although possibly only as part of a larger order.

The blurb on the Majestic website says 46ABV. Not sure about that.
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It's definitely in the European places in my Premier league of malts. I have never failed to be impressed by a Glenfarclas, the 10 year old is a classic rich generous speyside, good value at this price.
Will try and pick up a bottle tomorrow - thanks.

I've an un-opened bottle of 105 60% proof with a 15yr & 21yr taster bottle built in to the box. I'll get this 10 and have a right night in tasting!
r8sso22/11/2019 18:23

Will try and pick up a bottle tomorrow - thanks.I've an un-opened bottle …Will try and pick up a bottle tomorrow - thanks.I've an un-opened bottle of 105 60% proof with a 15yr & 21yr taster bottle built in to the box. I'll get this 10 and have a right night in tasting!


FYI, proof means a different thing from %. It's twice the ABV %. So a 60% spirit is 120 proof. I don't mean to nitpick, just thought you might be interested to know
JubilantPigeon22/11/2019 19:15

FYI, proof means a different thing from %. It's twice the ABV %. So a 60% …FYI, proof means a different thing from %. It's twice the ABV %. So a 60% spirit is 120 proof. I don't mean to nitpick, just thought you might be interested to know


Didn't know that thanks.

Not sure why I said proof, don't really use that term! I think it's because I was looking at an Askaig offer before and it had 100 proof on the front of the bottle. Anyway, I was carrying my boy when I typed it so didn't get the chance to proof read it!
Love the 105. Never had the ten year old tho.
The 10yr Glenfarclas is lovely, a gently sweet and warming dram. Its only downside is the 40%; every other Glenfarclas in the core range is at least 43%, which makes all the difference. For my money the 12yr is the best 'budget' whisky on the market - more readily available in mainland Europe unfortunately, but usually £30 for a litre!

...I picked up a 10yr Glenfarclas on Amazon during the Black Friday sales a couple of years ago for £24, may be worth keeping an eye open for it if you're interested.
JubilantPigeon22/11/2019 19:15

FYI, proof means a different thing from %. It's twice the ABV %. So a 60% …FYI, proof means a different thing from %. It's twice the ABV %. So a 60% spirit is 120 proof. I don't mean to nitpick, just thought you might be interested to know


In the UK 100 proof alcohol has 57.15% ABV
thekitkatshuffler23/11/2019 19:26

In the UK 100 proof alcohol has 57.15% ABV


Eh... Kinda. That's the original meaning, yes, but the UK doesn't officially use proof as a measurement now, we just use ABV, so if you see proof on a bottle, or hear someone using the term, even in the UK, it'll probably mean the American measure - i.e. 2 x ABV.
JubilantPigeon23/11/2019 20:31

Eh... Kinda. That's the original meaning, yes, but the UK doesn't …Eh... Kinda. That's the original meaning, yes, but the UK doesn't officially use proof as a measurement now, we just use ABV, so if you see proof on a bottle, or hear someone using the term, even in the UK, it'll probably mean the American measure - i.e. 2 x ABV.


Indeed.
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