| Glenfarclas 25 Year Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky|
Amber with dark gold highlights, full ripe and sweet, with finely peated with aromas of orange marmalade, honey, coffee, sherry and nuttiness. The finish is fresh with a long lasting smoky maltiness.
This is a fantastic expression of an older Single Malt Scotch that everyone who loves great whisky should be angling to get their hands on. Do whatever you have to, but definitely grab yourself a bottle of Glenfarclas 25 Year Old Single Malt if you can. When talking top shelf spirits, this expression from Glenfarclas has to be in the conversation. It will be a wonderful addition to your bar.
Glenfarclas Distillery was built in 1836 by a tenant farmer by the name of Robert Hay. It is located on the moors at the foot of the Ben Rinnes Mountain where the Avon and Spey Rivers meet. This very modern and fine distillery offers a wide variety of ages in their single malts, which can provide for some very enlightening tasting experiences. The age offerings usually include 10, 12, 15, 21, 25 and 30 year-old malts. In addition, one can find a cask-strength, 120 proof version known as Glenfarclas 105 or 104. Visit Glenfarclas Distillery.
Single malt Scotch: a delight usually refrained from until after dinner. Most popular pairing: the cigar
Single malt whisky is a whisky which is distilled at a single distillery, and which is made completely from a single type of malted grain, traditionally barley, (although there are also single malt rye whiskies). Most single malt whiskies are distilled using a pot still. Single malts are produced all over the world, but the best known single malts come from Scotland, Ireland and Japan.
Take a wedge of lemon and rub it on your hand between your index finger and your thumb. As an alternative to using the lemon, you can lick your hand.
Sprinkle salt on the wet spot.
Lick the salt.
Shoot the shot.
Bite the lemon.