Glenfarclas 60 Year Old With Bespoke Transportation Case

Glenfarclas 60 Year Old With Bespoke Transportation Case
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Winning bid: £12500.00
Lot number: 080-3676

Still in family hands since it was founded, the Glenfarclas Distillery is one of Speyside's independent whisky producers. The Grant family has been running Glenfarclas since 1860, producing an individual Speyside malt that many whisky enthusiasts number as one of their favourites. The water source is melt water from the slopes of Ben Rinnes which runs through granite and heather before reaching Glenfarclas (meaning 'the valley of green grass'). With a long history of bottlings stretching back to the early 20th Century, both proprietary and independent bottlings are much sought after.

This is the distillery's first ever 60 year old release and to mark such an occasion it comes in a stunning crystal decanter and beautifully packaged in a hexagonal display case (a hexagon to represent the 6 generations of the Grant family) and that has then been packaged in a bespoke carrying case!

Age: 60 Years Old

Cask Type: 1st Fill Sherry

Cask Number: 1672

43.3% ABV / 70cl

Bottle Number: One of only 360 bottles released

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Featured in: The 80th Auction (November 24 – December 3, 2017)
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