|Article:||Glenfarclas The Family Casks 1962 Release VIII|
|Region:||Highland / Speyside|
|Whisk(e)y-type:||Scotch Single Malt|
|Bottler:||J&G Grant Glenfarclas Distillery|
|Colour:||Heavily polished amber|
|Nose:||Citrus on the nose, grassy green fading into fried fruit, leaving you with pear drops.|
|Palate:||Pear drops very apparent on the nose, dried grass, quiet a fragrant whisky, stewed pears emanating from the lip of glass. Not a typical Glenfarclas, but very intriguing nonetheless.|
|Finish:||Long and interesting (in a very good way). An incredibly moreish whisky.|
|Complete bottle number:||135|
Tasting notes by Georg S. Grant.
In the year 1865 John Grant, born 16.5.1805, purchased the distillery Glenfarclas. The name meant translates: Valley of the green grazing land.
For those days the tradition of whisky distilling has been passed on by generation to generation. Today, the distillery is already conducted by George S. Grant in the 6th generation.
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|Country of origin:||Scotland|
|Name of the company:||J. & G. Grant|
|Company address:||Ballindalloch, Banffshire|