Glenfarclas Family Casks 1992 #2904 55%
Glenfarclas is one of the few remaining Scottish distilleries still family-owned. Since 1865, the distillery has been in the hands of the same family: The Grants. John Grant was actually a cattle breeder when he bought Recherlich Farm and Glenfarcla's Distillery in 1865 for £ 511. It is the six-generation whiskey skill that benefits us consumers today. Glenfarclas means "The Valley with the Green Grass" in Gaelic, and the skilled Scots fetch the water used in the distillation in a small spring that springs from the beautiful and dramatic Ben Rinnes. The distillery is located at the foot of the heather-covered mountain, where the water springs up from the underlying granite when the winter snow melts. The combination of the very clean, soft water and the completely unique shape of the potstills that Glenfarclas uses, contributes to the distillery's unique Highland Single Malts.
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