Whiskey Glenfarclas Family Casks 2001 is the youngest, most intense and spectacular whiskey of the entire Glenfarclas whiskey line.
Glenfarclas Family Casks whiskey is bottled only when the cask has reached the right maturity, full-grade and single cask.
Whiskey Glenfarclas Family Casks was distilled in 2001 and bottled in the summer of 2020.
Only 19 years of aging in barrels previously used for sherry !!
Fully bottled at 56.5%, 632 were produced in the world!
A limited edition as per the Glenfarclas tradition, perfect despite its young age.
The Glenfarclas distillery was born in the thirties in the verdant Scottish valley of Speyside, the property of which was purchased in 1865 by John Grant and passed down to his descendants making it, to this day, an independent reality much loved by whiskey fans.
Of Glenfarclas the master Murray's in his famous Whiskey Bible writes: "Glenfarclas is one of the best distilled malts in the highlands, you can't die before having tasted a Glenfarclas whiskey at least once!"
Glenfarclas comes from the Gaelic and translated means "valley of green grass".
The 19 year old Glenfarclas Family Casks 2001 is a single malt that spends its long aging period in barrels previously used for the production of Sherry Oloroso.
This long aging makes it wonderfully soft, but with the depth of flavor.
We are faced with excellence! Glenfarclas Family Casks 2001 aged 19 is considered to be among the rarest and best whiskeys in the world.
19-year-old Glenfarclas Family Casks 2001 is a complex single malt, the most intriguing of all the Glenfarclas whiskey line.
The package containing the 2001 Glenfarclas Family Casks is beautiful!
A light wooden box that opens to reveal the numbered bottle and the small book with the history of the Glenfarclas family distillery.
This whiskey makes a great gift idea for any single malt enthusiast.
Given the exclusivity of the product, we cannot provide the tasting, but we trust in the opinion of true enthusiasts!