Glenfarclas Whisky Family Cask Trunk

Dec 12, 2018

Category: Vices

If there’s one thing that liquor collectors love, it’s the chance to get their hands on some rare vintages otherwise unavailable to the public. And while that’s not an unheard of occurrence, we’ve found one that certainly is. J&G Grant has just unveiled what is being called the most comprehensive whisky collection ever released by a single distillery, the Glenfarclas Family Cask Trunk.

Spanning the course of nearly 50 years — from 1954-2003 — this collection includes 50 individual 200ml bottles of the brand’s scotch whisky. And while that’s enough to get even the coolest collector hot under the collar, there’s even more to this set. It also comes in a massive commemorative cabinet alongside four Glencairn crystal tumblers, four nosing glasses, a crystal water jug, slate coasters, three leather-bound books with historical information on the collection and tasting notes, and a replica of the oldest known painting of the distillery. Only 60 of these collections are being offered at a price of $127,000 each.

Purchase: $127,000

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