It’s intense, ranging from red to violet, lavish colour. On the...
Ageing: 3 months in French oak barrels, medium and high toasted. ...
Ageing: 3 monhts in French oak, medium and high toasted....
Deep dark purple color, aromas of raspberries with floral and licorice...
Shades of bright red purple with aromas of violets and lilacs. Unctuous...
Nose: Lots of sherry, juicy. Honey, touch of toffee, creamy. Malty, barley.
Palate: Winter spice. Fruitcake, toffee, hint of smoke.
Finish: Long, spicy, fruity, oak.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Region||Marypark, Ballindalloch, Banffshire|
The Glenfarclas whisky distillery draws its water from pure springs on the rugged Ben Rinnes mountain range, which looms omnipresent in the distant reaches. The distillery sits in the moors of Banffshire, just a mile from the River Spey. Glenfarclas has always been, and it seems will remain to be, one of Scotland's only family run distilleries. Accordingly, there is a strong degree of independence. Prized by connoisseurs, the single malt whiskies of Glenfarclas are matured almost solely in sherry butts and are aged in the substantial onsite warehousing facilities; the 28 warehouses hold 52,000 casks.
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