Glenfarclas Edition No. 23 from 1989 in sight

Matured in Sherry casks, limited to 3,600 bottles

It’s a news that Glenfarclas fans have been waiting for: the family owned distillery releases Glenfarclas Edition No. 23 of its Limited Rare Bottling series.

Each bottling of this series is dedicated to a special Scottish personality, for the Glenfarclas Edition No. 23 it’s King James I: Born in 1566 as a son of Mary Stuart and Lord Darnley, he was made King of Scotland one year later, after his mother had been imprisoned and forced to abdicate. When Elizabeth I died childless in 1603, Jacob was also crowned King of England and Ireland, which he remained until his death in 1625.

Glenfarclas Edition No. 23 was distilled in 1989 and stored in Sherry casks until it was bottled at 46% ABV uncolored and without chill-filtration. Edition No. 23 is limited to 3,600 bottles.

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