Multi-award winning Glenfarclas Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky has been distilled on Speyside for six generations by one family – the Grants. The Glenfarclas Distillery was legally established in 1836, on the Recherlich Farm at Ballindalloch, in the heart of Speyside. In 1865, John Grant purchased the distillery for £511.19s.0d. Read More »
An 8 year old bottling of Glenfarclas 8 year old. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s, a busy decade for the distillery which saw the on-site maltings close, a visitors centre open and the number of stills increased for four to six.
A beautiful blue ceramic decanter containing Glenfarclas 25 year old. This whisky is held as the epitome of classic long-aged sherried Speyside and the presentation is further evidence things are made to look like they used to.
The 66th cask that The Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottled from distillery number 1 (Glenfarclas). Distilled in May 1972, it was aged for 24 years before being bottled for the enjoyment of its members in September 1996.
A follow-up to 2012's cognac cask, this is a well aged 31 year old whisky from Glenfarclas that has spent its life in a port cask. Expect seriously rich flavour and the distillery's trademark heavy spirit.
A 1966 vintage whisky from an undisclosed distillery in the town of Ballindaloch, bottled by Douglas Laing as part of their Director's Cut series. Aged for an incredible 46 years in a sherry cask, this should be a stunner!
A single cask bottling from 'Probably Speyside's Finest' distillery from independent bottlers Hunter Laing as part of their Old & Rare series. Distilled in November 1967, this was aged for an incredible 46 years in a sherry butt before bottling in November 2013. This represents excellent value when compared with distillery bottlings of a similar age.
Please note this is limited to 1 bottle per customer.
An old presentation of Glenfarclas 21 year old whisky. Presented in a beautiful square bottle with grooves in either side for easy gripping. We estimate that this was bottled sometime in the late 1970s.
An old bottling of Glenfarclas 18 year old. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s, a decade which saw a great deal of change at the distillery. The on-site floor maltings were decommissioned, a visitors centre was opened and the number of stills were increased from four to six.