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Glen Grant have added a 16 year old single malt expression to their range, aged in bourbon casks. It's bursting with intense orchard fruits, making it a supremely refreshing Speyside whisky.
Nose: Warm pears and apples with a soft, creamy centre. Grassy notes too.
Palate: Pear drops, vanilla ice cream and a subtle but sharp hint of kiwi.
Finish: Medium length, fresh but dry.
Overall: A very good addition to Glen Grant's whisky cabinet, and to ours indeed.
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It is a great dram. will be missed, read it will be replaced with 18 years. Cant wait to get my hand on it.
26th August 2016
One of my favorite Speyside whisky. I heard it has been replaced with 18 years? Sad but looking forward for the 18 years.
17th August 2016
WHY DOES THIS SCOTCH COST MORE THAN LAGAVULAN 16.LAGAVULAN IS THE SUPERIOR SCOTCH.WAS IN A STORE YESTERDAY IN READING,MA. GLEN GRANT WAS $82.99,LAGAVULAN WAS ONLY $62.OO NOT SALE PRICES EVERYDAY PRICES.I HAD THIS SCOTCH LAST YEAR YES GOOD NOT $83.00 good.FOR $53.OO I WILL GET THE DALWHINNIE 15 YR MUCH MORE BODY THAN THE GLEN GRANT AND MORE TASTE I.M.O. STEVIE G BOSTON,MA.
6th June 2015
This is a tough one for me. I prefer Islay-style malts with tons of peat. And even for non-Islay, my first impression of this is, it's just too malty, smells like the bar my dad used to frequent next to the Seagrams distillery I grew up by in small-town midwest US. BUT, after getting a fill of Islay, I came back to non-Islay, and some had too much obvious sherry (macallan, glenlivet), some had too much wood/nuttiness (balvenie, glenfiddich), some had too much nothing-at-all (oban, scapa), and this was the only thing left that felt just right. Okay and Old Pulteney 21 but that's double the price. So, I guess if you want a "just a scotch" scotch, I can't recommend anything better.
8th July 2014