This stunning Glenfarclas 1976 40 Year Old is a member of the distillery’s highly sought after Family Collector’s Series. After being created in Speyside in 1976, it was matured in the finest sherry casks for 40 whole years before being bottled in 2016. It’s rich, powerful and classy with lots of sherried notes combining with a certain oakiness that you only find in whiskies aged for a very long time. Coming in an elegant presentation case, and with only 1,500 bottles ever created, this is must have whisky for any fan of Speyside whisky.
Glenfarclas 1976 40 Year Old
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