A special limited edition commemorating 150 years of Glenfarclas, assembled from stocks spanning many years, matured in predominantly first fill Sherry butts. An exceptional Malt to delight the most passionate enthusiast, rich with evolved Sherry notes of white milk chocolates and nuttiness, honey, brioche and baguette. Why £511? John Grant paid 511 Pounds and 19 Shillings on the 8th of June 1865 for the Glenfarclas Distillery at Speyside, a copy of the original bill of sale is included with every commemorative edition bottle.
Glenfarclas is a relatively small company, employing just over thirty, only half of whom make Whisky. The distillery runs twenty four hours a day, three Mash Men are in charge of the milling, mashing and fermentations, taking the three essential ingredients of spring water, malted barley and yeast to produce wash. Under the watchful eyes of the Still Men, the Wash is distilled twice to create New Spirit. Whilst the production process at Glenfarclas is not a secret tecnique, it takes many years of experience to learn the nuances of the craft, to produce New Spirit in the consistent style and exceptional quality for which Glenfarclas is renowned