This 25 year old Glenfarclas whiskey was distilled in the 1950s ... a rarity with its beautiful amber color resulting from aging in ex sherry cask and the low square bottle .. of yesteryear!
The Glenfarclas - Glenlivet 25 years Vintage 1950, also known as the big red G, was imported by Co. Import Pinerolo, UTIF 310 Turin.
Here we have a rare and perfect 75 cl bottle. 70s production and Celtic label with silver frame.
This rare bottle of Glenfarclas 25 Vintage 50s whiskey belongs to the Silver Cap - All Malt Unblended series.
The alcohol content indicated on the label is 43.6 °, an exception for Italian importers.
The closure is with a screw-in tin cap with a perfect seal, the level is above the shoulder.
An exceptional specimen now very rare to find!
The Glenfarclas distillery was born in the thirties in the verdant Scottish valley of Speyside, whose property 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 25 year old Glenfarclas is a single malt that spends a long period of maturation in barrels previously used for the production of Sherry Oloroso which make it wonderfully smooth, but with the depth of flavor we would normally expect from an older whiskey.
Color: dark amber, few deposits.
Given the exclusivity of the product, we cannot provide the tasting, but we trust in the opinion of true enthusiasts!
This bottle is a collector's item, photos show it in its real state as sold, and we will not be able to entertain refunds or exchanges.