Chieftain's Speyside Malt 32yo 1969/2001 (43%, Chieftain's, Sherry Butt#81, 360b.)
Color: Brown, clear.
Nose: Citrus, with lot's sherry nose. Fresh. Clear tropical fruit, banana, black fruit. Flora as well. Still Malty.
Taste: Matured, sweet, powerful, easy and enjoyable. Medium to heavy body. Mild finish.
Conclusion: 87 points. A very enjoyable sherry malt.  especially goes with Chinese food in the cold winter time. Recommand using Brandy Glass. It was told by Luc that this is a Glenfarclas. He asked me to locate three bottles here.

Blairfindy 35yo (53.7%, Blackadder)
Color: Brown.
Nose: Strong. Sherry nose first, but more new spirit fturty feel. Too much alocohol influence. Citrus, cearel, animal.
Taste: Strong, heavy body. Long finish. A killer.
Conclusion: 85 points. Not that easy to take, even as now the second time taste.(Don't remember the point I gave earlier.) Too rough as an 35yo malt. Even adding some water didn't help

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