105 proof was the old measure of alcohol content. The whisky was mixed with gunpowder. Based on the explosive strength of the mixture, it was possible to calculate the alcohol content. The then named Glenfarclas 105 matured exclusively in sherry casks and...
This is the oldest one of the regular bottled Glenfarclas malts. Due to the extremely long shelf life, oak tones prevail, connected to sherry. As many of older whiskys, this one has a delicate smoky taste, too.
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