Glenfarclas

Glenfarclas 105 Cask Strength

Posted 22 August 2017

When on the hunt for sherry cask matured whiskies, Glenfarclas should always be somewhere on your horizons. The majority of the distillery’s whisky is sherry matured (mainly from ex-oloroso and ex-fino sherries) from spirit which is produced via direct gas fired stills. 


Glenfarclas 8 year old

Posted 09 October 2017

Glenfarclas 8 year old is a less commonly seen younger expression from the Speyside distillery famous for its sherried whiskies and large selection of age-statement malts.


Glenfarclas 10 year old

Posted 09 October 2017

The 10 year old expression in Glenfarclas’s stable of core expressions is, like nearly all of their whiskies, 100% matured in oloroso sherry casks. It is the distillery’s standard entry-level whisky and comes with a very affordable price tag.


Glenfarclas 12 year old

Posted 09 October 2017

The 12 year old bottling adds an additional two years of oloroso sherry cask maturation from the entry-level 10 year old, moving more towards a slightly heavier sherried style of whisky. It comes with a slightly higher ABV of 43%.


Glenfarclas 15 year old

Posted 10 October 2017

Glenfarclas 15 year old is the only bottle in the distillery’s core range (other than the 40 year old) with an ABV of 46%. Why? Well according to Glenfarclas, it was because previous family owner George Grant simply preferred it that way! A firmly established favourite and winner of several industry awards over the years.


Glenfarclas 17 year old

Posted 10 October 2017

The 17 year old expression was originally released for the travel retail sector, and is described as combining the smoothness of Glenfarlas’s younger expressions with the greater depth of its oldest.


Glenfarclas 18 year old

Posted 10 October 2017

Glenfarclas 18 year old is another of the distillery’s travel retail offerings – though it is now commonly available elsewhere.


Glenfarclas 21 year old

Posted 12 October 2017

The multi-award winning 21 year old expression is another established favourite in the Glenfarclas core range of aged-statement whiskies.


Glenfarclas 25 year old

Posted 12 October 2017

This mature classic Glenfarclas is often labelled as epitomising the long-aged sherried style of Speyside whiskies. Described by the distillery as an after-dinner whisky, the bottling has been bestowed with a raft of industry awards over the years.


Glenfarclas 30 year old

Posted 12 October 2017

Originally distilled when present Brand Ambassador George Grant’s grandfather was head of the Grant family - this very mature expression highlights the large volumes of aged-whisky that six generations of the Grant’s have been able to distil and mature up in Ballindalloch.


Glenfarclas 40 year old

Posted 13 October 2017

Glenfarclas 40 year old debuted at the Spirit of Speyside festival in 2010 and has become a firm favourite with whisky reviewers, generating some impressive scores, as well as winning numerous industry awards. Bottled at the higher ABV of 46% (the only other in the range at this % being the 15 year old).