firm z koncesją firm prowadzących
dalszą odsprzedaż (w PL i EN)
The label states, ‘Distilled at Probably Speyside’s Finest Distillery’. However the name of the distillery is not been mentioned we are 99.9% certain that it is Glenfarclas. The whisky distilled in November 1967, when Glenfarclas’ floor maltings were still in operation, was aged in a single sherry butt (no. 5515) for impressive 41 years. Bottled by Douglas Laing & Co. as part of Old Malt Cask range at 50% abv and without chill-filtration in September 2009 with an outrun of 456 bottles.
Nose: fruity and slightly waxy, mango, passion fruit, oranges, vanilla, cinnamon, honey-roasted almonds, bay leaves, hints of leather and sherried oak.
Palate: rich and fruity, blood oranges, apples, apricots, pears, vanilla custard, toffee, dark chocolate, almonds, oak and hints of leather.
Finish: long, sweet and spicy, sherried oak, bitter chocolate, almonds, honey and mulling spice.