Milroy's Tomfarclas 35yo

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Milroy's Tomfarclas 35yo

Postby Deactivated Member » Thu Feb 08, 2007 10:27 am

Dear all,

Milroy's of Soho is bottling what seems rather interesting old Speysider - they are calling it "Tomfarclas" and it is 35yo refill sherry cask whisky, only 92 bottles at 46%.

The question to you all is, what is this whisky - any guesses? I do not hold this information, my personal guess would be Glenfarclas or Aberlour. Suffice to say, Milroy's will not name it, which is of course understandable.

After having a chat with the shop I reserved a bottle, because heard good things about it and for the price of £90 it is quite modestly priced for such an old whisky. But what could it be, if not one of the above?

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Re: Milroy's Tomfarclas 35yo

Postby corbuso » Thu Feb 08, 2007 12:13 pm

M.R.J. wrote:Dear all,

Milroy's of Soho is bottling what seems rather interesting old Speysider - they are calling it "Tomfarclas" and it is 35yo refill sherry cask whisky, only 92 bottles at 46%.

The question to you all is, what is this whisky - any guesses? I do not hold this information, my personal guess would be Glenfarclas or Aberlour. Suffice to say, Milroy's will not name it, which is of course understandable.

After having a chat with the shop I reserved a bottle, because heard good things about it and for the price of £90 it is quite modestly priced for such an old whisky. But what could it be, if not one of the above?


I would be very suprised if it not a Glenfarclas. Sherry and Price are in range.
Is it a single malt or a vatted one?


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Postby Deactivated Member » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:00 pm

It is a single, drawn from an Oloroso sherry cask.
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Postby vitara7 » Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:51 pm

chances are glenfarclas as they dont allow folk to use there name on IB bottles.

also, a lot more chance of an IB having a 35yo glenfarclas than a 35yo aberlour.

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Postby vitara7 » Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:51 pm

just looked at the price their chargin for it, really it could only be a glenfarclas at that price...


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