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Ian Colluim is living out his dream job.Some 130 guests were treated to Glenfarclas' finest expressions, paired with food items selected for their capacity to balance the northern Scottish Highland whisky's caste.What distinguishes the brand is the cherrywood casks in which the whisky is made and the local water used. Its entire staff consists of just 34 people, including Colluim himself. The whisky is produced in continuous 24-hour cycles, with two laborers working during any given shift. Some of jobs as whisky producers within the plant itself have even been passed down from father to son.His collection ranges from a classic Scottish brands to more exotic flavors emanating from countries as diverse as India, Australia, Sweden and Japan. He explained that prices start from $20 to $30 per bottle and can go all the way up to a $100,000 .Salha's procurement strategy is guided by quality of the whisky.
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