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  • Glenfarclas 12 years old 43% 35cl
    Excellent sherried casked whisky from Highland Distillery Glenfarclas. Typical grassy aromas on the nose with sherrynotes. The palate is smooth with sherried fruit cake and spice , long and flavoursome finish.
  • Glenfarclas 105 60% 70cl
    A great whisky holding all the flavours of all the Glenfarclas in one glass. Being so warming, this is the perfect Hogmanay dram. Dont be afraid of the strength and order a 210, if you dare! The smoothness makes the 105 drinkable at cask strength, but I suggest adding a little water to fully explore its great depth. For its price to performance ratio, the Malt Maniacs named Glenfarclas 105 their Bang for your Buck in 2004.

    Colour: Deep peaty-gold.
    Nose: Complex, oaky, apples and pears, and a tempting dark toffee sweetness.
    Flavour: Dry and assertive, develops quickly to reveal a rich spiciness, combined with a hint of oak and sherried fruit.
    Finish: Amazingly smooth for the strength; wonderfully warming and with a lingering smokiness, yet very rounded.

  • Glenfarclas 30 years old 70cl
    Distillery bottling. Outright trophy winner at the International Spirits Challenge 1996 from an entry of over 110 malts. Described as a full complex aroma combining fruit and spices similar to a fruit cake, an extraordinary deep spirit, warm and rich leaving a lingering fruit and nut chocolate feel on the palate.

    Malty marzipan and dried peel on the nose, with more oranges and apricots coming through later- almost marmalade. Initially soft on the palate with malty sweetness and more dried fruit. Well-balanced oak with just a touch coming back as the finish dies, introducing a final kick that contains both mocha and dark espresso notes.
  • Glenfarclas 25 years old 70cl
    Distillery bottling. n.v. Age : 25 Alchohol by Vol : 43%
  • Glenfarclas 12 years old 43%
    Excellent sherry casked whisky from Glenfarclas with lots of fruitcake and spicy rounded and full bodied. Originally only available on the export market this has won many awards around the world including Best Sherried Whisky at the Single Malt World cup in 2006.
  • Glenfarclas 10 years old 40% 70cl
    Colour: Vibrant straw-gold

    Nose: Tempting sherry-sweet malty tones combine with delicate smokiness, releasing subtle spices. Warming the glass reveals honey, vanilla and pear drops.

    Flavour: Delicately light, with a mouth-watering combination of maltiness, smokiness and sherry sweetness. Hints of dried fruit, vanilla, cinnamon and cloves tempt the taste buds further.

    Finish: Long, smooth and spicy, with a delicious, yet delicate, lingering smokiness.

    Comment: Gloriously smooth, yet with the depth and finish you would normally only expect of a much older dram. A wonderfully sherried whisky, and an excellent aperitif,
  • Glenfarclas 15 years old 46% 70cl
    Colour: A rich golden amber.

    Nose: Complex, sherried, deliciously peated, light butterscotch aromas, with a hint of dried fruit.

    Flavour: Full bodied with super balance of sherried sweetness, malty tones and peaty flavours.

    Finish: Long lasting, gloriously sherried, sweet, gently smoky, and distinguished.

    Comment: With greater complexity than our younger whiskies, this is a great whisky drinkers whisky.

    We bottle this at 46% simply because my grandfather preferred it at this strength. Its still a family favourite.

    In his 2007 Whisky Bible, Jim Murray gave Glenfarclas 15 Years Old a score of 95/100, one of the highest scores he has awarded.
  • Glenfarclas 21 years old 70cl

    Glenfarclas 21 years old has an intense nose of shewrries fruit with nuts and almonds. The palate is full bodied with sherried fruit and nicley spiced. The finish is long with a chocolate feel at the back of the throat.

  • Glenfarclas 150th Anniversary 43% 75cl
    A limited edition bottling to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Glenfarclas Distillery. Each bottle is number and comes with a certificate

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  • Glenfarclas 15 years old Gift Pack 46% 70cl
    A superb Gift pack of Glenfarclas 15 years old single malt containing 2 miniatures, 1 of Glenfarclas 21 years old and 1 Glenfarclas 25 years old.

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  • Glenfarclas Chairmans Reserve 46% 70cl 175th Anniversary
    A lovely dark mahogany colour. A great dram to stare into and see the dark ripples of age drifting through the glass.

    Big sherried nose yet mellows after two or three minutes in the glass, malty tones apparent ever so lightly. Fresh nose on the surface giving way for blackcurrants, honey, toffee, butterscotch all underlined by rich, sweet, dry olorosso sherry.

    A dry whisky initially letting way for bitter dark chocolate, the taste of chocolate goes on for some time then a lovely cream brule finish. Some light vanilla and burnt Demerara sugar. Then just when you think its all gone a lovely burst of caramel toffee.

    The Chairmans Reserve is a vatting of four casks from the 1960s, selected by the Chairman of Glenfarclas, to mark the 175th Anniversary of the Distillery, and is a limited edition of 1296 bottles.

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  • Glenfarclas 105 20 years old Limited Edition 60% 70cl
    This limited Edition Glenfarclas 105 has been aged for 20 years and bottled at cask strength 60% vol. It is Strong, rich oak, a 20 yo copper still. As 105 should be! Big Powerful aromas, of course be a little wary it is 60% alc. A very typical Glenfarclas nose, demerara sugar, figs. The end bit of a Christmas cake, a little drier than the middle but you get the extra sugar. Remarkably smooth for a 60% whisky. More sweetness in the front of your mouth giving way to bitter sweetness. Chocolate covered coffee beans spring to mind sweet then melting into bitterness. Lots of fruit, brandy flavours are very apparent, delicate sherry tones also coming through after a while in the glass.

    Lovely long finish, the age really coming through here over the strength, definitely a dram to savour as the finish will last a very long time.

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