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Founded in the middle of Speyside in 1836, the Glenfarclas distillery is one of the few 'family' distilleries in Scotland. Glenfarclas is also a distillery that has been releasing distillery bottlings for a long time. And among these there are a number of bottles with a very high rating, such as the 55-year-old Glenfarclas 1958. The distillery is best known for its sherried single malt whiskies.
Also in terms of price this 10 year old Glenfarclas is a fine 'entry-level' single malt. Light, fruity 'Speyside' tones combined with malt, a hint of smoke and the sweetness of sherry make this whisky easy to drink. At 40%.
For those who love 'sherry bombs', the Glenfarclas 105 single malt whisky is a must. Robust, with depth and very well balanced; a dram for at the fireplace after a winter walk. Despite the 60% strength, it drinks away pleasantly. And that for a nice price
Speyside distillery Glenfarclas is known for its bottlings that matured on sherry casks. A good example is this 12 year old with its full taste and notes of light and dark fruit and sherry. In a liter bottle. At 43%.
18 years old and in a liter bottle, this Glenfarclas single malt whisky. Speysider Glenfarclas is well-known for its strongly sherryed whiskies, but this bottling shows fewer sherry influences, so that the distillery profile comes out better.
A 44 year old Glenfarclas! Very good ratings! A collector's item of course, this single malt whisky that Glenfarclas specially bottled for an American whisky festival in 2011. 219 bottles came from the cask, bottled at cask strength (47.9%).
This Glenfarclas single malt whisky is one of many bottlings in the famous The Family Casks series of this Speyside distillery. This one is 14 years old and aged in a sherry cask of course (we are talking about Glenfarclas!). Bottled at 59.5%.
This 11-year-old single malt whisky is one of many bottlings from the famous The Family Casks series of the Glenfarclas distillery. Of course (Glenfarclas!) this one aged in a sherry cask. A real sherry bomb and pleasant to drink despite its strength.
A bottling in the Premium Edition series of Speyside distillery Glenfarclas. This single malt whisky is of course aged in sherry casks, the trademark of Glenfarclas. In 2006 on the cask, in 2018 bottled at 46%. Worth trying!
Which dram is it better to celebrate Christmas than this Glenfarclas 2008 Christmas Edition? A hefty sherryed single malt whisky with those sherry tones that are reminiscent of Christmas! Not very complex, but with a creamy mouthfeel that tastes for more!
Looking for a 21-year-old well-sherryed single malt whisky for under € 100? Then look no further than this Glenfarclas! Besides sherry tones like chocolate, nuts and red fruit, you also taste the wood of the casks, and even a hint of smoke. Recommended!
A 25-year-old single malt for this price ... and if you like well balanced sherried whiskies, then you cannot afford to miss this Glenfarclas! This standard bottling from the New Label series is filled at 43%.
This is just a bottling from the core series of Speyside distillery Glenfarclas, this 30-year-old single malt whiskey. Like all Glenfarclas standard bottlings, it is also well-sherryed. That this dram gets very good ratings is actually not surprising.
For once not a 'sherry monster' from Speyside distillery Glenfarclas, this Passion, but an easy-to-drink all-day dram, in which of course sherry tones play a role. A whisky with a good price / quality ratio.
The Glenfarclas spirit can clearly be experienced in this Springs edition in the The Legend of Speyside series. Probably because this is a young single malt whisky, but also because the influence of the sherry casks is relatively modest.
Just like the other single malt whiskies in the The Legend of Speyside series by Glenfarclas, this Team is a great everyday dram for those who love sherryed whisky and because of the good price / quality ratio.
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