A limited-edition Glenfarclas Pagoda Reserve Trilogy
One hosted tasting session for the the recipient of the trilogy, along with up to three guests, at B2B House in Singapore
When it comes to setting the bar for ultra-bespoke single malt whiskies, the Glenfarclas Distillery certainly makes a compelling case with the Pagoda Reserve trilogy. Each set of three hand-blown Glencairn crystal decanters is filled with a 1971 (43 years), 1967 (48 years) and 1956 (59 years) vintage, presenting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for collectors and whisky connoisseurs alike.
Celebrating Charles Doig’s pagoda-styled kilns that revolutionised the whisky-making process, this trilogy is limited to 100 sets worldwide with a large share quickly already spoken for. Interested parties should also know these three expressions were made before 1972, the year Glenfarclas decommissioned their famous kiln and stopped using their own floor maltings – an invaluable note for purists who value traditional production methods.