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The entry level bottling from the Glen Grant distillery, aged for 10 years with some lovely, juicy fruit notes.
Nose: Medium. Estery, juicy fruits. Mixed peels, touch of orange. Perfumed, rubbery. Walnut.
Palate: Light. Dry oak, char. Spice, Peppery. Walnut.
Finish: Long, cut hay, nutty, oak.
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glen grant is in my opinion one of the best single malts out there.released into the united states in 2010 for major sale and market share.at one point in scotch history you could only get glengrant through private bottlings.a very big distillery with constant qualitycontrol.the 16 year offering is my favorite simply superb,buy it you will love it.thank yousteve.g from boston,ma.usa
31st July 2013
For whiskyfun, glen grant is one the best distilleries in the world. This bottle is not bad, but is too young and also too alcolich and dry, but at the second taste you can discover a bit of the typical speyside traits.
27th September 2010