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Glen Grant 15 Year Old Batch Strength

(100cl, 50%)

Glen Grant 15 Year Old Batch Strength

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Glen Grant 15yo Batch Bottling Note

Originally released for the American market, Glen grant 15 Year Old Batch Strength has made its way to our shores and our shelves here at MoM Towers! After slumbering for 15 years, this expression is bottled up at 50% ABV, helping to bolster the vibrant fruit and vanilla-rich oak that runs through Glen Grant's single malt.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Lemon meringue, biscuits, bread dough, dry oak and brown sugar.

Palate: More citrus, now paired with banana chips and dried apricots. Subtly nutty, soft Christmas spice notes developing.

Finish: Milky tea, ginger, green apples and peach.

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Glen Grant 15 Year Old Batch Strength Reviews

Delicate, Fruity, and balanced.

At first, did not like it, as I drank it out of a glencairn glass. I gave it another go in a short, open whisky glass. For the nose, you want to get in there as it is very delicate and this way you can get the pear and apple notes. Very good from there in. It is all about the fruit with this one.

12th July 2020

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