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Glenfarclas Distillery has been owned and run by six generations of the Grant family since 1865. The family has been very strict about wood policy; they are famous for extensive use of sherry wood for whisky aging and for rejecting what they call ‘the weird type casks’. Glenfarclas 1991 is a classic expression from the distillery, aged in ex-Oloroso sherry casks and bottled at 46% abv in October 2015. Only 1200 bottles were produced. Global sales of Glenfarclas have been steadily rising, they reached 800 000 bottles in 2015.
Nose: rich with distinctive sherry notes, honey, toffee, raisins, roasted nuts, prunes, cherries, milk chocolate, notes of pencil shavings and oak.
Palate: not as fruity as expected, some apricots and cherries, oranges, brown sugar, notes of cinnamon and nutmeg, dark chocolate and oak.
Finish: long, oaky and spicy, dark chocolate and discreet notes of dried fruit.