From top to bottom, Glenfarclas is the best bang for your buck in Single Malts. This ten year in intensely floral and honeyed with hints of fruit, oak spice and a balance of toasted bread. Medium bodied, this is as easy-drinking a whisky as you'll find. While most malts require a minimum of 12-15 years, Glenfarclas' magic begins at 10.
Originally licensed to distill in 1836, Glenfarclas was purchased by John Grant on June 8, 1865. The distillery sits upon the Rechlerich farm at the base of the Ben Rinnes Mountain in the heart of Speyside. To this day Glenfarclas is one of only a small handful of distilleries in Scotland to remain family-owned and managed. Now in the hands of the fifth and sixth generation of the family, John L. S. Grant and his son George S. Grant, remain committed to the vision of creating the best quality single malt Scotch whisky, in the traditional Speyside style. Meaning "Glen of the green grassland" in Gaelic, Glenfarclas' single malts all have a distinctive freshness reminiscent of spring time in Speyside intertwined with rich sherry and a touch of peat.