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Glenfarclas 15 år Single Speyside Malt Whisky 46%

Glenfarclas 15 år Single Highland Malt Whisky 46%
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Destilleri: Glenfarclas
Alder: 15 år
Type: Single Highland Malt Whisky
Alc. styrke: 46 %
70 cl.
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Colour: A rich golden amber.
Nose: Complex, sherried, deliciously peated, light butterscotch aromas, with a hint of dried fruit.
Flavour: Full bodied with super balance of sherried sweetness, malty tones and peaty flavours.
Finish: Long lasting, gloriously sherried, sweet, gently smoky, and distinguished.
Comment: With greater complexity than our younger whiskies, this is a great whisky drinker’s whisky.

We bottle this at 46% simply because my grandfather preferred it at this strength. It’s still a family favourite.

In his 2007 Whisky Bible, Jim Murray gave Glenfarclas 15 Years Old a score of 95/100, one of the highest scores he has awarded.

Glenfarclas 15 Years er en fantastisk 100% sherrylagret whisky på spanske Olorosofade. En af de allerbedste allround whiskier i verden.
Den scorede da også i Jim Murrays Whisky Bible i 2007 en af de allerhøjeste scorer med 95 point ud af 100.
Smagekommentarer
Gylden ravfarve. Duft af abrikos, butterscotch, karamel, sød malt og den fineste søde røg. Smagen er kompleks med nuancer af sødmefuld sherry, sød malt, appelsin og tørrede abrikoser. Eftersmagen er cremet med lange, fyldige sherrytoner

Glenfarclas er i dag et af de eneste tilbageværende familieejede destillerier i Skotland. Destilleriet, der ligger ved floden Spey i maltwhiskyens hjemstavn, Highlands, blev grundlagt i 1836 af løjtnant Robert Hay. Jorden lå umiddelbart op til kvægopdrætteren John Grants marker, så da Robert Hay i 1865 ville sælge sine jorde for at vende tilbage til England, var det naturligt for John Grant at slå til og købe jorderne samt det tilhørende destilleri.

Dette skulle vise sig at være en rigtig god investering, og i dag, næsten 150 år efter, er Glenfarclas verdenskendt for at producere nogle af de mest imødekommende og aromatiske whiskys i Skotland.

Vandet, som bruges i destillationsprocessen, hentes i en lille kilde, der udspringer fra Benrinnes-bjergene – og netop kombinationen af det meget rene, bløde vand og den helt specielle form på de anvendte pot-stills bidrager til Glenfarclas’ unikke stil.
Netop kombinationen af det meget rene, bløde vand og den helt unikke form på potstill'ene bidrager til Glenfarclas unikke stil. Når whiskyen er færdigdestilleret, lagres den på brugte fade, der enten er hentet i USA, hvor de tidligere er blevet brugt til lagring af bourbon, eller fra Spanien, hvor de har været anvendt til modning af Fino Sherry. Whiskyen lagres efterfølgende i minimum 8 år, før den frigives til salg.

Jim Murray skriver i Lademanns Whiskybog om Glenfarclas: " Jeg håber, at deres navn når vidt og bredt - deres malt bør opleves af enhver, der søger flydende skønhed."

“My great-great grandfather, John Grant, born in 1805, purchased Glenfarclas Distillery for £511.19s.0d on the 8th of June 1865. To this day, Glenfarclas Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky is distilled and matured at our family owned and run distillery, which thanks to the foresight of my forefathers remains independent. Creating a great malt whisky is a time-honoured process. Here in the heart of Speyside, my family has cherished the skills and traditions of fine malt whisky making, handing them down through six generations. We are proud to share our secrets with you”.

John L. S. Grant

Since 1865 Glenfarclas has been owned and managed by just one family, the Grants of Glenfarclas. On the 8th of June 1865 John Grant acquired the tenancy for the Rechlerich Farm and as part of the transaction purchased the Glenfarclas Distillery for £511.19S.0d. To this day Glenfarclas is one of only a few distilleries in Scotland to remain family owned and managed. Now in the hands of the fifth and sixth generation of the family, the Grants remain committed to the vision of creating the best quality Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, in the traditional Speyside style.

George, son of John, is the sixth generation of the family and the company's Brand Ambassador. George joined the family business in 2000 after working for another Scotch Whisky Distiller, and the Glenfarclas distributor in Hong Kong; Fine Vintages (Far East) Ltd. George is passionate about Glenfarclas and particularly enjoys introducing whisky lovers to the older expressions of Glenfarclas, those distilled by his grandfather and watched over by his father.

Being a relatively small company you won’t find Glenfarclas in every supermarket, however the family were delighted when their commitment to quality and the traditions of the whisky trade were honoured in 2006 when Whisky Magazine named Glenfarclas 'Distiller of the Year', for 'being consistently good and staying true to its core values'


Glenfarclas

Owner: Region/district:

J. & G. Grant Speyside

Founded: Status: Capacity:

1836 Active (vc) 3 000 000 litres

Address: Ballindalloch, Banffshire AB37 9BD

Tel: website:

01807 500257 www.glenfarclas.co.uk

History:

1836 – Robert Hay founds the distillery on the original site since 1797.

1865 – Robert Hay passes away and John Grant and his son George buy the distillery for £511.19s on 8th June. They lease it to John Smith at The Glenlivet Distillery.

1870 – John Smith resigns in order to start Cragganmore and J. & G. Grant Ltd takes over.

1889 – John Grant dies and George Grant takes over.

1890 – George Grant dies and his widow Barbara takes over the license while sons John and George control operations.

1895 – John and George Grant take over and form The Glenfarclas-Glenlivet Distillery Co. Ltd with the infamous Pattison, Elder & Co.

1898 – Pattison becomes bankrupt. Glenfarclas encounters financial problems after a major overhaul of the distillery but survives by mortgaging and selling stored whisky to R. I. Cameron, a whisky broker from Elgin.

1914 – John Grant leaves due to ill health and George continues alone.

1948 – The Grant family celebrates the distillery’s 100th anniversary, a century of active licensing. It is 9 years late, as the actual anniversary coincided with WW2.

1949 – George Grant senior dies and sons George Scott and John Peter inherit the distillery.

1960 – Stills are increased from two to four.

1968 – Glenfarclas is first to launch a cask-strength single malt. It is later named Glenfarclas 105.

1972 – Floor maltings is abandoned and malt is purchased centrally.

1973 – A visitor centre is opened.

1976 – Enlargement from four stills to six.

2001 – Glenfarclas launches its first Flower of Scotland gift tin which becomes a great success and increases sales by 30%.

2002 – George S Grant dies and is succeeded as company chairman by his son John L S Grant

2003 – Two new gift tins are released (10 years old and 105 cask strength).

2005 – A 50 year old is released to commemorate the bi-centenary of John Grant´s birth.

2006 – Ten new vintages are released.

2007 – Family Casks, a series of single cask bottlings from 43 consecutive years, is released.

2008 – New releases in the Family Cask range. Glenfarclas 105 40 years old is released.

2009 – A third release in the Family Casks series.

2010 – A 40 year old and new vintages from Family Casks are released.

2011 – Chairman´s Reserve and 175th Anniversary are released.


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Bogen er på Engelsk skrevet af Ingvar Ronde, samt en masse whiskyeksperter bl.a.: Chris Bunting, Gavin D Smith, Ian Buxton; Charles MacLean, Dominic Roskrow, Colin Dunn, Neil Ridley

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