Whisky Glenfarclas 1960 "Family Casks" (45,2%), wooden box, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Glenfarclas 1960 "Family Casks" (45,2%), wooden box, 0.7 L
Whiskey is characterized by a rich mahogany color.
The taste of whiskey, dry, with a little bitterness and licorice tones, which are complemented by nuances of dark chocolate.
The aroma of whiskey a bit heavy, with hints of cocoa beans and old wood.
Whiskey is perfect as a digestif, and in addition to the cigar.
Series whiskey "Family Casks" - is a unique collection of elite aged alcohol, which includes 43 vintage single malts, representing a sequence without a gap year from 1952 to 1994. At the company's warehouses Glenfarclas currently maintains more than 52 thousand different barrels, including barrels, which contain whiskey each crop year, since 1952. Thus, it turns out that the collection "Family Kasks" fall as a result of a careful selection of only the best whiskey one crop year, which are bottled at cask strength and contain no dyes. Such a collection can not boast of any other distillery. All this collection of whiskey sold in individual or wooden gift box.
Whiskey Glenfarclas "Family Casks", produced in 1960 in a limited number. It has a shutter 50 (bottled in 2010), is aged in barrels №1770 sherry. This sweet and full-bodied drink - a great gift for the true connoisseur of good whiskey! You will want to remember its magnificent fresh and fruity aroma forever!
Glenfarklas distillery was built in 1836 as part of a farm that belonged to John Grant. He put quite a successful start of production, and very soon it became a popular malt whiskey in the area, thanks to its high quality. Glenfarclas distillery name translated from gellskogo language means "Valley of the green grass." The distillery is located at the foot of the mountain Ben Rinnes, which grows on the slopes of heather. It is from sources coming down from the mountain, the distillery provides a clean soft spring water.
The secret special bouquet of Glenfarclas whiskey is not only high quality water, but also the use of certain varieties of barley, which grows near in the valley of special yeast, traditional methods of distillation (Glenfarkslas proud of its six largest in Scotland stills) and the duration of exposure in barrels of sherry Fino and Oloroso. Currently, John and his son George are respectively the fifth and sixth generation of the family Grant and continue to improve the art of whiskey production.