Lark Distillery X Glenfarclas Rare Cask Release 2022 700ml + Bonus 100ml

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With only 450 bottles produced and released in 2022, this is truly a collectors delight. We have secured only 1 of this extremely rare single malt whisky - bottle number 55. Your 700mL bottle is accompanied by a copper medallion meticulously handcrafted from a decommissioned LARK copper pot still, along with a complimentary 100ml bottle enabling the collector to enjoy and savour now. Both bottles are encased in their own an elegant canvas covered gift boxes.

The Rare Cask Series is a celebration of Tasmanian whisky both rich in character and heavy with history. A pursuit for the extraordinary realised through unearthing some of the world’s most rare and storied casks. The resulting expressions are unique single malt celebrations of character, culture and the particular casks in which they are finished.

The Rare Cask Series Glenfarclas release is a Lark single malt finished in casks that once held Glenfarclas 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. A long, luscious single malt matured in traditional port casks, with a touch of sherry and bourbon. Finished in Glenfarclas casks from the Scottish Highlands.

Tasting Note: Aromas of fruit mince pie with hints of Tasmanian Highland peat, praline and toffee. Palate of stewed fruits and custard up front, followed by nutmeg and pecan pie finish.

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