This stunning single cask release from the Glenfarclas distillery was created in Speyside in 1981 before being matured in a port cask for 35 years. The results are a delicious, fruity and moreish whisky that has heavy port influence backed up by a certain woodiness that you only find in whiskies aged for long periods. This beauty comes packaged in a classy black box that would stand out in any collection. Only 521 bottles were produced and they were bottled at a cask strength of 47.9%, making this a collectible, honest and accomplished dram.
Glenfarclas 1981 Port Cask 35 Year Old
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