There are some complains about GF 105 floc and I would like to explain this issue.
The flakes are floc, which occasionally occurs naturally. The effect has been more pronounced with some bottlings of 105 due to the extremely Scotland cold winter last year, and due to the higher strength of Glenfarclas 105.
One can reduce the risk of floc occurring by lowering the filtration temperature, but this would remove some of the flavour.
Whilst the floc is natural and posses no risk, please suggest you ask customers to allow the sediment to settle in the bottle before drinking.