I was actually surprised to find out a pit of peat is used in the malt with this one.
Price: $160 for 750ml
Distilled/Owned by: Glenfarclas
Aged For: 25 Years
Mashbill: 100% malted barley
Cask Type: Ex-bourbon and first-fill sherry casks
Chill Filtered: No
Color Added: No
Drank: Neat, in a glencairn
Nose: Apples, raisin, caramel and fudge. Light and fresh, vanilla, white grape jam.
Taste: Sherry and oak with just a hint of smoke and white pepper. Almond butter, ginger. Neither watery or thick.
Finish: Smokey oak, butter, chocolate, of medium length and warmth.
Thoughts: A good complexity of flavor, but I guess I was hoping for something a bit more from something almost as old as myself. I still prefer the straight sherry bomb of the 105.
Score: 83 out of 100