Glenfarclas The Legend of Speyside Bundle 3x700ml

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Description

 
Glenfarclas The Legend of Speyside, is a small series of three collectable bottlings, made as a tribute honouring the most important elements in the history of this family owned distillery - Passion, Springs and Team. Passion, for what goes into the making of Glenfarclas whisky. Springs, honouring the spring water at the core of the spirit and Team, honouring the efforts of all involved at the family owned distillery. The Team labelling highlights some of the esteemed distillery staff that make Glenfarclas possible, standing outside the warehouse’s famous red door. Produced originally for the German market, the three expressions have been matured in Oloroso sherry casks provided by the Spanish cooperage José & Miguel Martin, a long-time partner of Glenfarclas and other whisky distilleries around the world.

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Additional Details

SKU:
13233-NGB-KIT
Age:
Mixed
Container Type:
Bundle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
0
Region:
Highlands
Style:
Single Malt
Varietal:
Scotch Whisky

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