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Glenfarclas Speyside Single Malt Whiskey 

Glenfarclas Whiskey (Valley of Green Grass in Gaelic)

It is a single malt whose distillery has been located in Ballindalloch since 1836 in the heart of Speyside at the foot of the Ben Rinnes mountain. The Grant family is the owner of this distillery and it is this family spirit that allows this distillery to be relatively safe from decisions tak...

Glenfarclas Whiskey (Valley of Green Grass in Gaelic)

It is a single malt whose distillery has been located in Ballindalloch since 1836 in the heart of Speyside at the foot of the Ben Rinnes mountain. The Grant family is the owner of this distillery and it is this family spirit that allows this distillery to be relatively safe from decisions taken solely by financial interest. For example, Genfarclas malts are overwhelmingly aged in sherry barrels which cost much more than Bourbon barrels. It is at this price that the characteristics of Glenfarclas whiskeys are preserved. Sherry casks bring notes of Christmas Pudding, blond tobacco, raisins and nutmeg to the range. This same family spirit prevailed when the Grant family chose the Mälher Besse family (trader in Bordeaux and owner of Château Palmer en Margaux) to distribute Glenfarclas in France. For the record, the Grant family were looking for a foothold halfway between Glenlivet and Edinburgh at a time when traveling took time. Their attention then turned to Glenfarclas, no one regrets it. Even though Glenfarclas labels include the notion of Highland single malt, Glenfarclas is indeed a Speyside distillery producing Speyside. In fact historically the region of Speyside was considered part of the Highlands.

Glenfarclas Whiskey, a classified speside whiskey in Scotland

With almost half the number of distilleries still in operation, Speyside is now a region in its own right in the classification of Scotch whiskeys.

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