Many have wondered at the origins of the unique taste of Glenfarclas. Some believe the secret lies in the tumbling waters of the green burn married with fresh highland air. Others believe it is in the great copper stills, which continue to be direct fired and some believe the secret is the family's uncompromising commitment to maturing Glenfarclas in the best oak casks in traditional dunnage warehouses.
Colour: Vibrant amber-gold. Nose: Fresh and beautifully light, sherried fruit combined with a tempting spicy sweetness and a hint of sappy oak. Flavour: Full bodied, delightful sherried fruit, with oak, a hint of peat and delicious sweet sensations. Finish: Long and flavoursome, with a lingering spiciness.