One of the great whiskey distilleries in Scotland is one of Glenfarclas. The “valley of green grass” was founded in 1836 and is in Speyside, in northeast Scotland. 1865 John Grand bought the distillery, which is still family owned. Uniquely, the whiskey is stored only in Sherry barrels. The area where the company is located, is ideal for growing barley. So here were about 60 distilleries, many of which no longer exist today. Nevertheless, the region is one of the largest whiskey producing in Scotland. The distillery was the first of its kind, the cask strength bottlings offered. The Glenfarclas 105 came for the first time in 1968 on the market. The Glenfarclas 12 YO, Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whiskey smells pronounced after Sherry and has spicy aromas of cinnamon and fruit compote. Other popular fillings are the 10th, the Glenfarclas 105, which includes a 10-year cask strength, and the 15 year old. Matured for 21 years, there is a Glenfarclas and 25 years old. The eldest of Glenfarclas is 30 years old. Insiders love this whiskey as a digestive, as well as enjoying evenings neat or on the rocks.
Glenfarclas 12 Year Old Litre is a 12 year old single malt whisky from the Glenfarclas whisky distillery (located in the Speyside region). Rated an average of 3.5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £52.13, with reviews like that this is one single malt whisky you can’t afford to miss