Highlands Region – 47.2% ABV – $9479.71 | £5995
I’m going to keep the typing down to a minimum because, as you’ll see below, I’ve hand written this post and all of the tasting notes to accompany it. It was suggested to me by a good friend to write the notes as if I was actually in 1953 so, I grabbed a pencil and paper and, viola!
What I am about to review is the oldest whisky to EVER be released by Glenfarclas. A 58 year old whisky, this was distilled in 1953 and is one of 4 cask of its age – the oldest in all of Glenfarclas’ stock.
The single cask rendered just about 400 bottles and all of them are available exclusively through Master of Malt.
A 1953 Glenfarclas, 58 years old… I have very lucky taste buds and they are all thankful. Very thankful. I mention it in my review but a HUGE thanks goes out to the folks at Master of Malt, George Grant of Glenfarclas and Michal Kowalski for the generous sample!
And now, the review – there are two jpgs you can click on to view the pages in full size on a PDF if the type is too small or difficult to read – the PDFs are about 8mb each so they may take a couple of moments to download for viewing: